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Reply With Quote 2nd Jul 2009,16:42 #11 izwyz View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Gofer/teaperson Join Date 23rd Jun 2009 Posts 6 Reviews Read 0 Reviews Re: Buy either or both and I'll pick up the cost of shipping them. Make sure all of the fuses are good. It had a cylinder 3 misfire and a code numbered 660 I think. Expert: DBranch replied6 years ago.

These are exactly the same as what you have, only they are guaranteed to work. rockinryan96 is offline Quote Quick Reply post #10 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-20-2013, 07:55 AM ronscantlin Senior Member Join Date: Nov 2008 Posts: 106 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: And as it turns out the twin fan is quite a bit cheaper than the single one. Last edited by JJJ; 2015/08/04 at 09:03 AM.

Freelander Cooling Fan Relay Location

Pull your dip stick and check it for water. Get a Professional Answer Via email, text message, or notification as you wait on our site.Ask follow up questions if you need to. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Rate the answer you receive. Most likely the problem is the fan control module which is the silver box located on the engine side of the fans mounted in the middle of of the fans.Edited by

Location, look, nothing. Cookies Welcome Guest Coolant fans not working td4 Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Hainesy, Aug 5, 2014. It won't even come on when you cross over the wires .The wires before you get to the sensor are the ones I am crossing over to bypass the sensor and Land Rover Freelander Fan Switch The Electronic Automatic Transmission (EAT) ECU, via the CAN bus, for transmission cooling.

Well them obviously JLRA saw sense at some stage then Cambo, happy to concede! 44.2 if far enough for this "munchkin" to bare! Freelander 1 Cooling Fan Relay Reply With Quote 24th Jun 2009,22:17 #4 izwyz View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Gofer/teaperson Join Date 23rd Jun 2009 Posts 6 Reviews Read 0 Reviews Re: If not check the continuity of the signal wire. Don't know if they could even do it locally.

Welcome To LandyZone! Freelander 1 Fan Not Working Buy either or both and I'll pick up the cost of shipping them. Cheers, Paul Classic Rovers [email protected] [email protected] http://stores.ebay.com/Classic-Rovers 203-770-1699 Paul Grant is offline Quote Quick Reply post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-03-2013, 02:06 PM Thread Starter rockinryan96 Land Rover... Click image to enlarge And all back together The single fan is a 500W unit according to the workshop manual, with the twin fans being 750W.

Freelander 1 Cooling Fan Relay

His wife complained the A/C was not working. Stepped speed changes occur at 1500 RPM (right cooling fan) and 1450-2600 RPM (left cooling fan) to improve refinement. Freelander Cooling Fan Relay Location To reduce the noise from the cooling fans they are driven at slightly different speeds, except when running at minimum or maximum speeds. Freelander Td4 Cooling Fan Not Working Maybe the single fan setup works harder for longer than the twin Fan setup which causes module overload and current supply wiring to deteriorate over time.

My 504 had one fan but it got a second fan when I installed after market AC. I don't have another one.I will have to buy a replacement.I was wondering if it was bad since it is out of spec. Expert: DBranch replied6 years ago. Besides LR, Ford and Volvo have compatible ones.Roads? Cambo wrote:The thing with the aircon going warm, is when the engine gets too hot the a/c compressor gets disabled. Freelander Temperature Sensor Location

Was a very informative session to see how easy the whole front actually comes off. I did the same as you a few months ago ,new remote thermostat,new sensor x2,but still overheating.Just wondered had you cracked the problem,before i purchase a new multifunction relay. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I've replaced the sensor, tested the fans and they are good.

Join Date: Feb 2013 Location: Greenville SC Posts: 38 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: 0 Thread(s) Quoted: 0 Post(s) Quote: Originally Posted by John C View Post Well, on the trail you SEO by phpBB SEOSite Copyright © 2006-2016 Martin Lewis Login|Contact Us Car Have a Car Question? The time now is 11:07 AM.

Have had to have it replaced twice on my previous car.

My radiator fans weren't working the other day on the trail when i needed them most allowing my engine to overheat on low RPM portions of the trails so i had The first question what controls when the fan needs to come on and secondly what is the little box of electronics mounted on the fan bracket. Honestly this was a struggle. Register Help Remember Me?

you guys have 2013 and 2015 models, mine's an early build 2008MY (actually it was built in late 2007). Share this post Link to post Share on other sites D-lander man 0 Newbie New Faces 0 16 posts Posted December 19, 2009 · Report post Hi, there is a To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I guess you should make sure they work first.

However, it turned out to also be the fan. This time I could experiment. The A/C system, via the instrument pack and the CAN bus, for refrigerant system cooling. It seems to me that there is not enough presure in the cooling system.As water boils at a higher temp when under presure which would be right as the sensor for

If the coolant temperature is more than 223 °F (106 °C), the ECM signals for the cooling fans to come on. you can touch the rubber hoses but not hold them and you definitely can't go near the metallic bits - the gauge suddenly rises above the dead centre mark on the Official off road Jeep recovery vehicle since 1948. FL2 GS 11 reg new gearbox and hesitation at 40k, exhaust sensors, wiper stalk, alarm system etc at 60k, DPF problems at 64 and again at 68k 13th Jul 2015 1:56

I have no idea if there is supposed to be a fan control module and although its mentioned in the manual under the glossary of terms I can't find anything on Last edited by JJJ; 2012/10/24 at 07:15 PM. If duty cycle is less than 3 percent or more than 90 percent, the cooling fan ECU interprets the signal as an open or short circuit and runs the cooling fans The cooling fans are turned off after 5 minutes or when the coolant temperature decreases to 223 F (106 C), whichever occurs first.

So, the bright side is that it is way cheaper than a head rebuild. Roof rails & bars, rubber mat set, body side mouldings, mud flaps, window wind deflectors, LR waterproof front seat covers, extinguisher, carpet in doors, on boot floor & under spare wheel, My cooling fan has only ever come on a few times - even in really hot weather sat in traffic.