what is causing my radiator fan not to start on my 2007 sebring

Asked by Sep 01, 2015 at 08:53 AM about the 2007 Chrysler Sebring Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My vehicle began to overheat about a this weekend i checked everything and I found out that it wouldn't overheat when I have my AC on. So I checked my fans and only the condenser fan kicks in when I turn the AC on. I thought it was bad fans but I gave the fan power straight from the battery and it worked. I checked the fuses and they were good. what could it be?

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There is a fan sensor that might be bad...

do you know the location of the sensor

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http://www.autozone.com/repairguides/Vue-2006-2007/Component-Locations/Coolant-Temperature-Sensor/_/P-0996b43f80cb2c91

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depends on what engine you have

Hi i know this is abyear old! But the same thing is going on with my 2008 chrsler sebring! The fan only works when i put my ac on! Not the heater though!! Did u eber find out what was wrong with your car???

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