Where is the cooling fan switch?

Asked by Jun 21, 2015 at 12:48 PM about the 1996 Ford Probe GT

Question type: General

Both fans on radiator not working.

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Do the fans come on when you turn on the A.C. ?

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Im talking about the radiator fans

20,290

Yes I know you are talking about the fans. Ok this is how it works only one fan comes on when vehicle reaches normal operating temperature both fans come on when you turn on your A.C. because it needs more air flow. If both fans come on when you turn on the A.C but the one does not come on when vehicle reaches its normal operating temperature you have a bad coolent temperature sensor.

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Agree with firebird,cut the ac on,if fans, dont come on then,check the fuses and fan relays,

Ac on still not working

Where is the sensor?

20,290

If fans are not coming on when you turn on your A.C it's not your coolent temperature sensor it has to be what T_S_T recommended fuses and fan relays. If it was the coolent temperature sensor the fans would have come on when A.C was turned on so that means you have no power going to fans.

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Check power going to fans with a test light if you have power you have bad fans that need to be replaced if no power follow last answer

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Check power going to fans with a test light if you have power you have bad fans that need to be replaced if no power follow last answer.

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