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The air will not blow, the dash controls work and you can increase the fan speed on the dash but it will not blow the air.I have checked the fuse box under the engine at the drivers side. The 10 amp fuse is good. The steering controls still change the temp and the speed but nothing coming out of the vents.
i have a Jeep Grand Cherokee Loredo 4X4 6l engine i need to replace the radiator and i need to know how to tell if it is a clip mount fan shroud or if its a slot mount fan shroud. or if it matters when buying a new radiator either way.
There is a squeaking noise coming from the front of the engine, near the fan and belts on my Dodge Durango. It's louder when the engine is idle, but you can hear it all the time. What might be causing this?
My car continues to over heat. The fans work. I have replaced the thermostat in it twice now. When the car is in idle that's when it over heats. I have to turn on the heat and start driving to cool things off.
Temp guage starts to climb quite a bit when the car is idling in traffic for 4-5 mins. when i take off, the guage goeas back down to almost normal. Both fans are running and the coolant overflow bottle is full. Had a new radiator put in 2 years ago, just changed the oil and it is good. runs fine when car is moving, but guage climbs when idiling too long
I have a fuse under my hood that keeps blowing. I've been told I probably have a short somewhere. It's the fuse that controls my air conditioner fan and my engine cooling fans. I just don't want to get taken advantage of, because I'm a woman. Is there a way I can check this myself?
I have a duo temp on the air conditioner. One side blows cold and the other blows hot. The fan resister was just replaced.

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