2001 Dodge Stratus cooling fans

Asked by Jun 30, 2016 at 05:42 AM about the 2001 Dodge Stratus R/T Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Just a quick question one of my cooling fans has
stopped working or the motor has run out the other
one still kicks in when the vehicle gets hot and
cools it down somewhat wondering if  the car will
be able to keep working with just one fan

3 Answers

116,345

It is always best to have both systems working but if you can't afford a new motor right now, don't use the A/C and drive kindly no high speeds or fast starts and keep a close eye on the temperature, you don't want to blow a head gasket.

2 people found this helpful.

tyvm tennisshoes....yeah its the A/C fan that works cause it kicks on when I turn on the A/C...also kicks on when temp gets up there..got wait a month for new fan shroud...

116,345

Have you thought about replacing both fans with aftermarket units?

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