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Gabrial
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Gabrial Sep 26, 1:08am - #284546 
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Radiator Problem

Help I think my radiator fans are not running but my car is not overheating. Does anyone know how long it takes for the fans to start running after you turn the car on?

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just turn on your fan through your ac console to check
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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 26, 1:57pm - #284548 
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Originally Posted by TooNiE
just turn on your fan through your ac console to check


That turns on your interior vent van, not your radiator fans.

It takes quite a while before they come on. Go for a ride, use the throttle lots, come back & open the Hood. They should come on. thumbsup
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00GTShope Sep 26, 4:39pm - #284549 

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turn on the AC, shouldn't that make them both come on?
Mine do. thumbsup
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stefanoc Sep 26, 6:43pm - #284550 

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drive as long as you want. as long as the car doesnt heat up then dont worry about it. if the car starts heating up and the fan never works, then check the connection.
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csheriff Sep 26, 9:43pm - #284551 
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^^^^
dont worry unless your overheating.

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slidr Sep 27, 3:49pm - #284552 

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The fan on the left (passenger side) should come on with the AC on. The one on the right should rarely be on, unless in hot weather or if you are running the car hard. It should rarely be on while moving.

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