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Problem with ventilator in voyager

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Old 02-24-2007, 02:27 PM
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Can somebody help me? I would like to know where is the temp sensor which turns on the ventilators on the radiator. Voyager 1997 3.8 l[align=left] [/align]
 
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Old 02-24-2007, 06:31 PM
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can u tell me what the problem is i dont understand anything u asked
 
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Old 02-25-2007, 09:24 AM
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My problem is that cooling fluid in radiator is boiling because ventilators dont turn on. Ventilators themselves are working correctly. I suppose that the problem lies in one of the sensors which should turn them on. This is why I ask where the sensor is or I ask for any other help in solving this problem. Could you maybe include some kind of scheme or a picture?
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Old 02-25-2007, 04:01 PM
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ooo u mean the cooling fans arnt comming on??? WHat us just said does not make any sence as well they are working correctly but not comming on???? With this year van either they work or dont work no half way. They are controled by a soild state relay located under the air filter housing humm depends on where u live US on Driver side and UK and AUS i think pass side. Either way it will be about the size of the top of a soda can blue or gray color 3 wires 2 8mm screws holding it to the frame.
70 US bucks and u have a new one i heard u haft to get them off ebay if u live in AUS because they dont have them in stock there I cant be sure of that check for yourself. Make sure u attach it back to the frame with no dirt because it uses the frame to remove heat from the relay or u will be buying a new one.
 
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