Noise coming from the radiator fan

Asked by Mar 07, 2017 at 08:31 PM about the 2006 Dodge Stratus SXT

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I looked at a 2006 Dodge Stratus yesterday and I
was driving and everything was smooth but if I'm
sitting at the light for maybe a minute to minute
then the fan the radiator fan start making this loud
noise do anyone know what that is

6 Answers

73,775

May be the fan motor making noise, make sure the fans are not hitting anything.

gasoline fuel pump has been replace and get anew battery ,it was starting for a week and after that it wont start

73,775

Then it sounds like the alternator is not working. If you have a digital multi meter try jump starting the car, when it is running you should have from 13.8 to 14.7 DCV at the battery. You may want to check the voltage at the battery first to see if it is run down. The battery should check 12.5 to 12.7 DCV without the car running.

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2,285

I'll tell you what people those plastic fan blades get like razor blades from spinning through the dirt after a while , watch it when you're feeling around down there ..

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76,765

If you have a clutch type fan you probably just heard it kick in.

Thank everybody so do y'all think I should bye the car are not there no lights on and it drive smooth

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