i suspect a bad wire........either power to 85.......or 86 between relay box and pcm........ 2000 dodge durango,5.9 L,4wd,cold air intake,clear corners,mechanic from canada(spend my days diagnosing and finding broken wires/bad modules),onboard You misunderstood. I've completely removed my mechanical fan. Find all posts by IndyDurango Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post 2004 ram hemi low speed acceleration john_2216 3rd http://sevevb.com/dodge-durango/dodge-durango-electric-fan-not-working.html
Judged: 1 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! I think the trans just produces to much heat. Add to Want to watch this again later? Enter Username Enter Numbers Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such additional hints
Q4. Sorry for the late response... Everything tests out OK but no signal is making it to the relay from the PCM...not getting a gounded signal from the PCM at the relay's socket pin. 2004 Dodge Durango Overheating Electric Fan Not Working?
In hot weather, AC will be on and if temperature turns on the electric fan then the AC will still work at idle (no MPH). It means sitting in the car listening to the radio is going to drain the battery fast since the fan's always on. MrSki is offline Quote Quick Reply MrSki View Public Profile Find More Posts by MrSki post #10 of 12 Old 10-21-2014, 10:46 PM Pfc. characters left:
Here's how it goes: 1. 2003 Dodge Durango Overheating The same thing happened a few years ago, when I drained the radiator to change the hoses, but that time, a new radiator cap solved the problem.Still doesnt make sense why I see you have a new fan clutch. Mine is overheat while idling - cool back down while driving - had the radiator flushed, replaced the cap, then replaced the fill nozzle when cap didn't work - replaced the
took it to a dealership had the thermostat replaced 3 times. Mine went out and wouldnt run but if you spun it by hand it would then start up. 2005 Dodge Durango Overheating Problems Last resort for testing the fan is to apply 12 volts directly and see if it runs. 2002 Dodge Durango Overheating Problems My name is XXXXX XXXXX I will help the best I can.
Help Please biglg 3G Dodge Ram Performance Talk 64 06-13-2006 12:29 AM Cooling durangodan 1G Dodge Durango General Talk 5 09-05-2004 12:00 PM Electric fan on 02's 2mopars 1G Dodge Durango news I assume the fan may have gone bad. 2001 Durango 4X4 5.9L Towing Package 168K miles Regards, Marksoup SPONSORED LINKS Do you have the same problem?YesNo Thursday, October 8th, 2009 AT any pointers for removing the fanTom : It's basically the same job as removing the radiator because the radiator will have to be removed to seperate it from the fan.Customer: Didn't Judged: 14 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! 2000 Dodge Durango Overheating Problems
To make a long story short, my AC fan was not working/rotating when the AC was on. As a Hack fix so that I can drive it without worries of overheating, I've connected the control relay wire from the fuel pump to the fans relay, so it drives Computer Control Parts Info Links : PCM Modules Community Links User Tagging Statistics iTrader Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Google Search Go to Page... have a peek at these guys Replace the relay.
My fuel relay was also getting loose, wriggling the relay would cause it to click randomly i.e. 2000 Dodge Durango Fan Relay Location Both are OES. We even replaced the upper hose assembly where the cap goes. 0 · Share on Facebook burdawg Posts: 1,524 August 2011 "it is leaking out the overflow slowly, even when the
The cooling fan in the engine compartment should turn on to pull air through the radiator and A/C condenser. The reason why is because your checking for a head gasket leak. Supreme Custom Concepts 79,626 views 6:41 1998-2003 Dodge ram van blower switch repair guide - Duration: 7:45. Dodge Durango Thermostat Send us your feedback.
I have towed a camper with it since the. No need to put the carrier into the service position as many have instructed. Fan works and kicks on used to spew antifreze but doesnt anymore i swear these vehicles are haunted or something one day they work perfect the next they overheat two block http://sevevb.com/dodge-durango/dodge-durango-ac-not-working.html Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter V6er likes this.
If any of them are not working properly you can have overheat problems like you describe. This was of course without a clutch fan to cut my arm off.