Cooling fan not working A/C fan is working

Asked by Jan 16, 2017 at 08:45 PM about the 2007 Dodge Charger SE RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My mechanic changed the thermostat on my
charger and now the fan the turns on
automatic wont, why? It overheats alot
unless i turn on the a/c it wont reach red
line.

5 Answers

124,415

Hit possible you have an air pocket in the system and might need to be burped out..

9,915

You may have a bad engine temperature sensor. There's 2 sensor one that feeds temperature gauge and the other one to turn on cooling fans

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23,885

was that why the stat was changed in the first place? if so its the wrong repair but good to have a fresh stat anyway. yes,, sensor ,relay, or fuse or that fan motor if you never saw it running

My fans use to turn on now they dont my ac works and i replaced my radiator and termastat

When the a/c is on my car overheat while driving at low speeds. What would cause this problem??

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