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cooling fan!!!!! cutting in very late

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Postby D12 MMA » Tue Jul 04, 2006 4:54 pm

I have two fans on mine normally. But not for the sake of trying to keep the car running cold. I have the 2nd one wired into a switch in the cabin, so I can activate it in the event of the 1st one failing, or struggling in traffic!!
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Postby Puggy » Wed Jul 26, 2006 7:54 am

GOOD309WOOD wrote:HAD ANOTHER LOOK AT FAN TODAY,
REMOVED GRILL TO LOOK AT FAN AND DISCOVERED THERE IS 2 FANS ON THE RAD!!IS THIS NORMAL FOR THESE CARS??
LEFT THE ENGINE RUNNING FOR A WHILE(IDLES REAL BAD HOT OR COLD ANY IDEAS)AND THE FAN ON THE RIGHT CUTS IN JUST OVER HALF ON THE TEMP GAUGE AT SLOW SPEED.THE LEFT FAN ISNT WIRED TO ANYTHING!!JUST 2 WIRES DANGLING.
WOULD I BE BETTER OFF JOINING FAN NO1 TO FAN NO2 OR JUST WIRE
FAN NO1 TO A SWITCH ON THE DASH?????????
ONCE THESE PROBLEMS ARE SORTED IVE GOT PLENTY MORE TO ASK
THANKS FOR ANY HELP
MUCH APPREICATED :roll:


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Postby Rob_the_Sparky » Mon Aug 07, 2006 3:53 pm

I may add that in my ph2 you can't detect the slow speed fan running whilst sitting in the car. Is it possible that it is running but you simply don't notice and only hear the high speed fan?

Having said that most of the pugs I've had have needed a new fan thermostat!

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Postby 309auto » Sat Aug 12, 2006 7:39 pm

i had a problem with my cooing fan it should kick in at 85 then go off at 80
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Re: cooling fan!!!!! cutting in very late

Postby Liz Livett » Tue Apr 03, 2018 7:35 pm

I'd understood (from an old mechanic that is used to 309s) that the thermostat temp for the fan cutting in should be around 87-92 deg C. My pugs are basic 309 1300s (an XE and a 'Look'). My current switch seems to be faulty as not cutting in til well over half-way on the temp gauge. Mechanic says it's a 'sticky'' switch? I'm trying to get it replaced, but there seems to be a lot of variants available.
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