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Jason Salina, KS #3 Apr 18, 2011 Thanks, but it is not the battery connection. knfenimore 2013-06-04 22:10:59 UTC #5 Have you replaced the relay? wow I have such bad luck...Took my "new" relay back and got an exchange for another "new" relay and fans kicked right on during normal operating conditions.Thanks ishmael for your help. If this relay fails (which it often does because of the load it carries), the fan may operate at high speed but not low speed. http://sevevb.com/dodge-neon/dodge-neon-fan-not-working.html

The overheating problem may be air in your cooling system. I checked the connection to the engine coolant temperature senser and it was good. You can only upload a photo or a video. I've changed relay, and temp sensor, but problem still exist. http://repairpal.com/engine-may-overheat-due-to-cooling-fan-not-turning-on-542

2005 Dodge Neon Fan Relay Location

You don't want to know what it'll cost you. More Dodge Neon News from Topix » Tallinn, Estonia News Forums & Polls Real-Time News Explore More Topix US News US Cities List World News World Countries List Celebrities Business Well, it just so happened that a 2000 Neon came my way for a good price. Ignition should be in run, but engine does not have to be running, to test this relay, which is actually a solid state switch.

  1. Sponsored Links 03-26-04,02:28 PM #2 Pete112 Member Join Date Mar 2004 State NJ Posts 137 Try hooking one or both of them directly to power without the switch...
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  3. The people that replied over there are pretty sure it is the relay.
  4. Use a test light to test for power and ground at the motor. 03-26-04,11:45 PM #4 mike from nj Visiting Guest yes, you could replace all those expensive parts, and still
  5. There's a ground wire running to the cross member for the radiator on top.
  6. maybe there not enough voltage that goes to the fans...
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With the ignition OFF, put one end into the power connection for the relay and the other into one of the fan's power connections in the relay box. I am going to replace the thermostat today but am still very concerned about the fans. I am still reading a sensor malfunction on the computer,, So I am now sending out an SOS or a SOD Save our Dodge ? 2005 Dodge Neon Cooling Fan Loading...

You can test everything from the sensor on by unplugging the temp sensor while the engine is running. 2005 Dodge Neon Radiator Fan Relay Related ContentDodge Neon Repair and MaintenanceDodge Neon Maintenance ScheduleDodge Neon Problems(30)Dodge Neon Repair EstimatesDodge Neon Q&A(787)Dodge Neon Recalls(17)Dodge Neon ShopsDodge Neon Reviews(37) Car Care AdviceBlogEncyclopedia Most Common Dodge Neon ProblemsFlooding in I found out the relay is not the standard relay you usually find under the hood. https://forums.neons.org/viewtopic.php?t=344195 It did not even get to the engine if you put it un at the gas station and the car was hot when you left.

Chrysler LH cars (since early 1990s). 2001 Dodge Neon Radiator Fan Not Working Yes, it had a leaky trunk, which was easily fixed by taking the lights out and reinstalling with a silicone sealer. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? i cant tell the difference between a inch pound and foot pound torque wrench.

2005 Dodge Neon Radiator Fan Relay

Upvote (21)Flag inappropriate1997 Dodge Neon - 2.0L 4 Cylinder 142,648 mi, VisitorI have replaced the ac relay on my 97 dodge neon highline but the fans will still not turn on https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20130407084719AAdHoOW new fans are in order as the old ones just don't spin as fast as they should be after i took them apart and cleaned and oiled them. 2005 Dodge Neon Fan Relay Location What do I need check next to get the fans working? 2004 Dodge Neon Fan Relay Location Far Reach Engineering 34,574 views 12:51 Replacing Instrument Cluster on Dodge Neon part 1 - Duration: 9:59.

Find the one for the Fan, or Cooling Fan, or Blower motor. http://sevevb.com/dodge-neon/dodge-neon-headlights-not-working.html IMPORTANT: This recall (#7692) is subject to the State of California Registration Renewal/Emissions Recall Enforcement Program. If your front floor board is getting wet it is almost without a doubt the heater coil. Upvote (15)Flag inappropriate2003 Dodge Neon - 2.0L 4 Cylinder 120,000 mi, VisitorAfter a new Radiator, 4 thermostats later, can't run air or drive longer than an hour or car will run 2002 Dodge Neon Radiator Fan

Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... I believed if the engine got hot the would kick on automatically but to no avail. It gets good gas mileage, is quite quick, and has been reliable. http://sevevb.com/dodge-neon/dodge-neon-gauges-not-working.html It's rather thin, but it is a VERY important ground.

This will turn on the charge/battery light. 1997 Dodge Neon Fan Relay Location For some reason, this fails reliably. I think this is outstanding customer assistance on the part of Daimler Chrysler.

pin 3 is hot all times due to the 30 amp fuse and pin 4 goes to the hot side of the fan (which the relay shorts 3 and 4 to

Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose 2002 Dodge Neon Radiator Fan WILL NOT COME ON Part1 Alexey Gavrilov SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe4,9824K Loading... The radiator fans where not working at all when the car overheated, but once it cooled they worked again. What electric car is the best? 2002 Dodge Neon Overheating Problems Upvote Flag inappropriate«12»Related Items:Defective RFI Fan Filter May Cause Vehicle to OverheatIf the vehicle overheats because the cooling fan is not turning on, or if the AC is not working...Verified for

In addition, the thermostat may have failed and is no longer circulating coolant through the radiator. I wonder is the original poster solved the problem too. I have been a Gen 1 Neon owner since 2004 and have had a lot of electrical issues. weblink Oh yeah and now the heater works only when it wants too.

Due to this I always buy the warranty on the battery and keep my roadside assistance current. Upvote (67)Flag inappropriate1998 Dodge Neon - 2.0L 4 Cylinder 193,098 mi, Visitortemperature sensor is ok...it has powewr going to it....but the fans will not turn on...my car is overheating so bad Chrysler has released a service bulletin to address this issue. a few quick probes with a voltmeter and you will know for sure.

Could something happen to my car? I also turn on the AC and the radiator fan is not starting (I believe turning on the AC, turns on the radiator fan.)To try and troubleshoot this, I put +12V All rights reserved. It was diagnosed with a head gasket failure.

Thanks for kicking off the conversation! Once the level stops dropping shut off car and replace cap.