What is a symptom of the radiator fan not working?

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  • arif M
    What happens when a radiator fan stops working? It will cause a loud whirring noise and a stuck open thermostat (which will not allow the engine to reach the average operating temperature). A lousy radiator cooling fan could cause a blown circuit fuse, a malfunctioning relay, and engine overheating.19 oct 2021
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    Part of a video titled How to Check and Recharge Your Car's AC (General Guide) - YouTube
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    So if you see a lot of bubbles or if it looks real foamy in there or you don't see any liquid at allMoreSo if you see a lot of bubbles or if it looks real foamy in there or you don't see any liquid at all that means you you're low on freon that's your first thing you can check.
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  • What happens if only one radiator fan works?

    Re: Only one radiator fan not working

    Yeah if one fan is working that means the relay and everything from the computer up to the fan is fine. So it would mean the other fan is either bad or the wiring where it plugs into is cracked or broken somewhere.
    22 jul 2010
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