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Pull off the road and with engine running, open the bonnet and confirms fan stationary. It comes as a complete unit. Hainesy, Aug 5, 2014 #1 Skinny Mike Well-Known Member Joined: Jun 17, 2009 Posts: 2,103 Likes Received: 203 Location: Yorkshire (Center of the known universe!) Hello there. It will have a Brown/red and Black wire in it.

I cant afford to tear up the engine as its my DD. MY15 Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) TPMS Driver Real Time Pressure Display (TBA) Meridian Premium Surround Sound Digital Audio Broadcast Timed Climate Cruise ECO Data Follow Me Home Reverse Extra Features Just a thought. Contact Us Terms and Rules XenForo add-ons by Waindigo™ ©2015 Waindigo Ltd.

Freelander Cooling Fan Relay Location

Thanks Lenh PS I did check the fuse before i started! i have now replaced the relay and not solved the problem prob going to go with advice from dann and fit a switch on the dash. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... The first question what controls when the fan needs to come on and secondly what is the little box of electronics mounted on the fan bracket.

My 504 had one fan but it got a second fan when I installed after market AC. Within a hundred yards the temp gauge returned to normal and stayed that way until I stopped at a light, and sure enough the temp shot to hot and the warning Initial conclusion: Temp sensing and indicating fine, fan OK, fan controller does not activate fan. Land Rover Freelander Fan Switch Share this post Link to post Share on other sites D-lander man 0 Newbie New Faces 0 16 posts Posted December 19, 2009 · Report post Hi, there is a

I reckon finding a replacement fan motor would be easy enough, maybe someone down the track could benefit from a rebuilt unit. My old man was on a mine site in WA once it was 65c on the ground. Make sure all of the fuses are good. need to get this fixed as the weather is warming up and i plan to do allot more wheelin.

It won't even come on when you cross over the wires .The wires before you get to the sensor are the ones I am crossing over to bypass the sensor and Freelander 1 Fan Not Working Although the sensor is new, it may be faulty, you could connect an ohmmeter to the sensor pins to ensure that its resistance changes with temperature. Reply With Quote 24th Jun 2009,20:44 #3 dunnah01 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Gofer/teaperson Join Date 24th Nov 2008 Location cheshire Posts 5 Reviews Read 0 Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Go To Topic Listing Freelander Forum All Activity Home Vehicles Freelander Forum Cooling fans not working Privacy Policy Contact Us Community

Freelander 1 Cooling Fan Relay

It is located on the bottom radiator hose. Start by removing the top connector, tension a little the digital pin and insert the connector back. Freelander Cooling Fan Relay Location I guess you should make sure they work first. Freelander Td4 Cooling Fan Not Working I don't see a fuse for the aux fans so it must run off the AC, if the AC is working then your fans must be dead.

The Electronic Automatic Transmission (EAT) ECU, via the CAN bus, for transmission cooling. The cooling fans are turned off after 5 minutes or when the coolant temperature decreases to 223 F (106 C), whichever occurs first. I would welcome any suggestions. User Name: Password Please enter a password for your user account. Freelander Temperature Sensor Location

No need to remove old motors, install new ones, and splice up pigtails. Will a similar home used engine be compatible with it.? 1 answer My mechanic working on the car advised it will cost much more to rebuild the engine than to place This first started happening a week ago. Heater blower not working.

The speed increases in proportion to increase in duty cycle, up to a maximum speed at a duty cycle of 90 percent. Cheers, Paul Actually I ended up just removing the two electric fans for the time being, i couldn't afford to buy new ones at the time so I took them out I found that fuse F3 is responsible for the cooling fan, but I can't reach it or remove it.

Hainesy New Member Joined: Aug 5, 2014 Posts: 1 Likes Received: 0 Hi, hopeing for some help.

Copyright 2000 - 2013 Land Rover UK Forums Jump to content Freelander Forum Existing user? The speed increases in proportion to increase in duty cycle, up to a maximum speed at a duty cycle of 90 percent. Get a Professional Answer Via email, text message, or notification as you wait on our site.Ask follow up questions if you need to. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Rate the answer you receive. How's your viscous fan?

Did I mention last week we had 44.2, for example....... This is always worthwhile 'insurance' in the tropics, especially considering aluminum block engines are not very forgiving to overheating. '69 Series 2A PU 109" Diesel 2.25 '97 Def SW 110" 300TDi Forum FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Site Leaders Advanced Search Forum Land Rover Repair Forums Land Rover Repair Technical Boards Freelander 2 (LR2) Radiator Fan Not If duty cycle is less than 3 percent or more than 90 percent, the cooling fan ECU interprets the signal as an open or short circuit and runs the cooling fans

filmhog Range Rover Classic 2 06-23-2011 02:14 PM Wanted Disco ll fuse relay Carlos Land Rover Parts and Vehicles Wanted 0 11-21-2007 06:50 PM fuse-relay location for ac aux fan bargecapt I did the same as you a few months ago ,new remote thermostat,new sensor x2,but still overheating.Just wondered had you cracked the problem,before i purchase a new multifunction relay. Official off road Jeep recovery vehicle since 1948. Turn up the A/C - warm air, so knew the fan was not running.

Welcome To LandyZone! Alternatives to Diesel Alternatives to Petrol Articles Articles Maintenance articles General articles Series articles Defender articles Range Rover articles Discovery articles Freelander articles General Engine articles Petrol Engines Diesel Engines LPG A blown head gasket will introduce air into the cooling system and bubbles will rise in the coolant bottle. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

I guess you should make sure they work first. Part number LR026078. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Drove the car for 3 weeks with no sign of the problem again.

Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. F resistance32 7.350 4.468 2.886 1.8104 1.1 Ask Your Own Car Question Customer: replied6 years ago. This maps with the experience of a friend's TD4 - same vintage - also with this issue. When duty cycle increases above 9 percent the cooling fans come on at minimum speed.

Roof rails & bars, rubber mat set, body side mouldings, mud flaps, window wind deflectors, LR waterproof front seat covers, extinguisher, carpet in doors, on boot floor & under spare wheel, I was very wary as to how the workshop knew this - so as to avoid misdiagnoses, from me having to return to replace the REAL faulty part.