cooling fan control

Asked by May 19, 2015 at 08:44 PM about the 2000 Lincoln LS V8

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

does the cylinder head tempeture sensor control the cooling fans and fan speed??? is there a fuse or relay that control fan and aux fan ???

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Okay, wait..I had that wrong. I am not sure if it does or not, but 2000 to 2002 Lincoln LS has a hydraulic pump driven fan, and there is a relay, under the hood in the fuse/relay box on the driver's side, just behind the battery. The lid of the box has the diagram of the fuses/relays. In this look at the part labeled C107 and c 105

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for one the battery is in the trunk and fuse box is on passenger side

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and you need manual for fuses its not labeled

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Its not a fuse or relay Its ur cooling fan actuator it a plug on the back of the hydraulic pump Auto zone calls it cooling fan control

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Does this actuator also cause the fan not to cut on

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I replaced the actuator and the fam is still not ramping up

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