Thats a typical suggestion from a gas station that cant fix a car!!! Take it
to the dealer. Thats too funny Dan. First of all with out knowing what the
mileage is on the car depends on if it is under warranty or not. And if the
in service date is outside of 3 years it isnt under warranty either.
actually... my '88 new yorker is doing the same thing.. and it started
about a week ago. i think it's the sending unit-- thinger. cause the temp
guage reads stone-cold all the time, yet the fan is constantly on. it's not
overheating, so i'm not super worried though. no leaks, new-ish hoses and a
UNLESS by 'fan blowing' you mean the heater blower... but the description
isn't completely specific. in THAT case, i have no idea. do the warranty
thing, if you can. :s
I assume you mean the radiator fan? If so is the check engine lite on? And
if you are within 3 years or 36k miles have the dealer look at it
More then likely the radiator fan module is at fault.
I would have a dealer read any fault codes in the BCM and the HVAC control
modules for any fault codes, And would suspect a faulty A/C control head....
you say you cant turn it off??? There has to be a way to shut it off or it
would still be running right now, how do you get it off???
Could be a mouse running on it like a hamster-cage treadmill. A
really fast mouse.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure that's what it is.
Try some D-Con down the defroster vent.
Actually, doesn't the blower fan still operate with a remote relay to
handle the amp draw of high speed? Couldn't that relay be stuck?
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