on a 2001 Lincoln LS when should the fan come on .

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Asked by Dec 14, 2013 at 08:29 PM about the 2001 Lincoln LS V8

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Should the fan on a 2001 Lincoln LS come on as soon as you start the car ?

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Are you talking about the electric fans at radiator? If so they should come on when engine temp gets to high or when ac is turned on.

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well yes...if the operating temperature has been achieved....cold.....NO WAY..we must change the thermostatic control of your fan(s) if this is the case...you might start with the block temp sensor~ https://www.google.com/#q=2001+Lincoln+LS+V8+block+temperature+sens or

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fan is not electric it is hydraulic

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114,175

Oh ok. You know they have a conversion out now to change it from the stock hyd fan to an electric fan.

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I'd assume always on , just as the better cars with v belts had

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Ur primary fan comes on when it reaches a set temperature and the second speed come on when u engage ac so if ur car is cold and not up to operating temp ur fan should not be running unless ur ac is on

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