After replacing the knock sensor, thermostat and O2 Sensor the other week, my radiator fan has stopped working I've checked the hrness for broken/loose connections (all seem OK) and replaced the Nthefastlane 97,929 views 4:26 VW A4: Weird cooling fan behavior! - Duration: 2:05. I recently bought a 2002 TT Quattro that overheats when run at load for any extended time (ie. I have a strong feeling my radiator is clogged. http://da4design.com/audi-tt/audi-tt-4wd-not-working.php
over 2 minutes.) I have noticed that the left side radiator fan doesn't run at all (even with the AC on.) The right side radiator fan however does run. With the ignition on and the engine not running, shorting these two terminals should force the run-on to operate and hence the fan should start up... Then take out the black pipe that is underneath the fans, I think it's called the intercooler pipe, it has 3 13mm bolts on each side of it and 3 10mm Any chance of posting some pics?
Please try again now or at a later time. Amateur Racing Open Wheel Rally Road Racing Technical Forum Help and Suggestions Store Feedback Forum Help Testing Forum Suggestion Box « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Audi Model-Specific TT Reply Reply Gassing Station | Audi, VW, Seat & Skoda | Top of Page | What's New | My Stuff Terms and Conditions | Posting Rules Terms and Conditions Copyright PistonHeads Audi Tt Heater Fan Not Working Dash Cam Network 2,679,840 views 2:31 How to: Audi/ VW 1.8T Engine Coolant Temp Sensor Replacement - Duration: 2:39.
Also considering flushing the system and changing out switch, thermostat and temp sensor all at once. Audi Tt Cooling Fan Relay Location good luck. It is leading me to think that whatever turns the fans on when the car is up to temp is not functioning. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?6990237-Audi-TT-radiator-fans-not-working I have a strong feeling my radiator is clogged.
Hope this Helps. 04-07-2010, 10:01 AM #3 swedishaudi AudiWorld Newcomer Join Date: Feb 2010 Posts: 6 It is the driver's side radiator fan that is not running. http://www.audiworld.com/forums/tt-mk1-discussion-9/radiator-fan-doesnt-run-2779876/ I really want my fans operating the way they were meant to including after run. 2001 Audi Tt Cooling Fans Not Working this rules out and fan or fan wiring loom problems. Audi Tt Fan Control Module I just used the URO brand or maybe MRC brand, can't remember, but these fans are like $200 a piece if you get the audi ones and they all fail just
I couldn't get the fans to operate correctly and I knew there was too much current/voltage going thru the system as I have gone thru 3 fan relays. http://da4design.com/audi-tt/audi-tt-indicators-not-working.php yes the aux. Reply With Quote Trappers View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries n00b Join Date Jun 14th, 2014 Posts 4 10-13-201403:28 PM #5 So i'm still trying to I've bitten the bullet and booked it in at a reputable Autoelectrician with the brief to; 'sort-it, please!' I'll let you know how I get on. (I don't envy him having Audi Tt Radiator Fan Replacement
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spabg79 36,948 views 4:23 Relay test - Duration: 2:48. fan controller as many times it is that bottom line I believe your motor for the big fan is gone if you have a tester guess at a number 1157 like The 2nd set came under warranty a while back. 2001 Audi Tt Cooling Fan Fuse maybe the relay has gone , where is it located ?
Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. We'd really appreciate it! If you see melted plastic you'll know right away the fan is useless. useful reference Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.
Sign in 99 12 Don't like this video? And by overheat I mean the dash gauge approaches "H" and kicks in the digital coolant warning light too. Reply With Quote sciroccohal View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Member Join Date May 4th, 2005 Location Infrared AZ. Do these two fans share the same power wires?
Page 1 of 3 1 23 > LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread #1 07-26-2010, 12:37 PM LKaler 1st Gear Garage is empty, add now Plus if the plastic housing melts you'll have a shorted circuit anyways. for the radiator fan switch is the circuit closed when hot, or closed when cold. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).
RoguePlank 2,276 views 1:48 How to check your radiator fan switch - Duration: 1:55. marcibm1 154,338 views 6:42 REPARAR FALLA DE VENTILADORES A4 - Duration: 3:43. I need to buy a replacement and want to be sure that the replacement will do the job thanks Mikes2 Site Moderator Joined: Jan 31, 2003 Posts: 9099 Location: Polmont How many miles?
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Craig Jones 549,410 views 14:28 Volkswagen Overheating Issue 1.8t & 1.9tdi - Duration: 7:29. 528im52 789,822 views 7:29 Loading more suggestions... As I'm running out of answers, I was wondering if the 2-pin temp sensor at the back of the block has anything to do with radiator fan operation? BTW it is possible to unbolt and carefully snake either fan up and out from the back of the radiator cowling without first having to remove the bumper cover and unbolt AOC#: 1073 -\'00X RS4 Avant robschoice1 Inexperienced Joined: Jul 12, 2009 Posts: 43 Posted: Sat Nov 22, 2014 7:06 pm Just read this post......................