i have 2001 lincoln ls i replaced the radiator thermostat my coolant fans are running slow and dont run in second mode can you please help me with this situation please

Asked by May 23, 2013 at 01:15 PM about the 2001 Lincoln LS V6

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i have 2001 lincoln ls i replaced the radiator thermostat my coolant fans are running slow and dont run in second mode can you please help me with this situation please

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You should consider changing the Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor

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Is the vehicle overheating? because if its not then I wouldnt consider it a problem. If it is there are different controls for low speed and high speed operation. I would check the relays and fuses for the fans and make sure everything checks out there first.

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