When working there with the engine on, keep hands and clothing away from the fan and acessory drive belt. I really need to block that site of my computer. Most of them these days have a plastic impeller, I believe from what I'm seeing. I have never heard my fan reach the high speed setting for normal cooling. The relay controls when the fan turns on and off based on coolant temperature.
It always runs at ~195. Failure to do so may cause severe damage to the hydraulic cooling fan assembly. Changed it today and no such luck. If the temperature would drop, it could be a sign that the waterpump is the culprit. All Replacement brand items are backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. For hydraulic fluid routing information refer to Fig. The fan always seems to be turning at some speed, even when cool.
I just had them top off the fluid and ran it through the winter with out any issues. This radiator fan is ideal for supplemental or add-on cooling needs and may require minor modifications when installing. It sucks that the fan is so expensive, but I still think you are better off in the long run with the hydraulic fan versus the electric fan. It could suck a few small birds into the grill at that point. I then took it for a drive around town.
The noise started after replacing the pump? This is due to a controlled minimum oil flow requirement through the fan drive motor. Fluid exits the steering gear under low pressure and travels through a low pressure line to the power steering fluid cooler to be cooled before being returned back the the power steering fluid reservoir. When the fan is on too often, or won't come on at all, a new relay may be the solution. I got the car back and didn't notice any high temps but hadn't really driven the car all that much, until the other day I was going up and down some hills and noticed the temp started to climb. We actually flush the system takes about 4-5 qts to flush it completely if it was filled with the wrong fluid. Its pretty obnoxious but no overheating to this date.
When that one is blown, the fan just keeps at the 500 rpm speed and you will indeed overheat after standing still for a while. So the radiator is cooling fine, but for some reason not enough coolant goes to the radiator, keeping the engine temperature higher then normal. Did you check the air dams? Its exact fit, ready installation and solid design ensure optimal air flow to your radiator. Any other suggestions or tests to run? Two weeks ago I had the radiator blow out on me and I had it replaced. As soon as I start moving it cools down.
Perhaps not coming on sooon enough? Said I should avoid imminent destruction of the fan for awhile but who knows. Prior to that moment, I had never seen any leaks on the pavement under the Jeep. I think your Solenoid is going. Hi All, This problem has been driving me crazy and have not been able to find a solution on the net. So either the kink is limiting the out pressure or the pump is limiting the in pressure. Best is to disconnect the sensor with engine off and cold.
Realistically, a fan large enough to cool a 4. Make sure you get the information you are looking for. This may be due to it always having some hydraulic pressure from the power steering pump. Standard power steering pump will not work with the hydro system the fittings are bigger. Can you post a pic of the kink in the line? To be able to accomplish original equipment processing quality, each and every 4-Seasons Fan Clutch is devised within strict industry criteria. If your Jeep is running hot while sitting still your fan must be near non-functional.
Did you check the coolant level in the radiator on cool engine to see if its full? Make certain that the two o-rings are in place. It is always guessing, but could have to do with the water pump. Therefore any failure of the fan blade, hydraulic fan drive or fan shroud requires replacement of the fan module because the fan blade and hydraulic fan drive are matched and balanced as a system and servicing either separately would disrupt this balance. Anyway my unit is running hot after idle for say 5-10 minutes. The car has never overheated.
It always ran at the line before the 210 halfway mark no matter what. This image has been added by Programs10 Team tagged in category field. When it comes down to selecting the right manufacturer for your cooling system's fan clutch, trust Hayden. Since the car never gets above 210, I don't think its a problem that the fan doesn't speed up which I believe I read the switch is closer to 220. I was stupid and cheap and didn't ask him to change the thermostat, but like I said the car always ran at the same temp outside of a handful of times in stop and go it rose a little. Fluid exiting the drive motor is divided into two paths.