It is the thermo switch location what I need. If it trickles out, you are good. My problem is that I cannot locate the thermo switch. I am assuming this can be exchanged with compressor on the car. S- Please or to join the conversation. Please or to join the conversation. Needless to say that I already checked fuses.
Fluid should just trickle out of the hole if it is at the proper level. Sounds like your compressor is failing. Please or to join the conversation. You may find you have an issue with a fuse, relay or wiring though instead of a switch. I'm going to test the fans running a couple of wires directly, but I need to test the thermo switch also. I hope this helps you out.
All of a suden hot air blowing, it is not a fan issue. The car I'm trying to fix is a fifth generation. I did the replacement myself only 4 screws. The best way to check is to first, check for any error codes. Replacement Direct Fit Auxiliary Fan replaces damaged stock unit. Replace the big cooling fan and the issue should stop.
Part was 60 something and next day shipping was 27. Comes pre-assembled for easy installation. First I searched around in the fan for the relay and gave the motor, and area where the relay is a few good bangs with my hand. The fill port on the top front of the trans is capped off by a red cap and is very visible. Often, when this is the case, it first quits when coming to a stop or driving slowly, due to less cooling air over the condensor than when at speed, coupled with lower compressor shaft speed. In a few seconds, the strips would get pulled out if the retaining clips only from the force of the spring. We have 77 reviews on our Engine Cooling Fan products for the 2006 Volkswagen Jetta from previous customers.
You have to get the trans fluid warm-a little under normal operating temp. All of a suden hot air blowing, it is not a fan issue. This happened to me a year ago after driving on salty roadways then in the rain. If it doesn't you need to add fluid. I then figured the salt might be getting into one of the connectors and creating a short, so I sprayed water into the fan area in front and back when the motor was warmed up.
I have to disconnect my battery to prevent the battery from being completely drained. Start the car and leave the engine running the throughout the entire procedure. Hi, my car has the two fans not working, a guy connected them directly and both work, problem is I need to disconnect the battery every time I make a stop, cuse it continuines running even with car ignition off, please let me know what can be the issue, I ordered a cooling fan module control , for 28 bucks, but I just was surprised when I saw your posting that this car dose not have one? All Replacement brand items are backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. The engine coolant temp sensor was a common failure on older cars, perhaps your car is the start of the newer ones failing or a fluke. The fan was an exact fit and has been working like a champ. Thanks Leo Thanks for the link.
Even when the Bentley's manual talks about it, it doesn't show its position. Everywhere else i called said it was dealer item only. Thank you for your help. The nylon strips would not hold against the included springs. You can get a new drier, but you won't be able to get the condenser clean enough to make the system work 100% again, and a drier comes with a new condenser, so. Most shop manuals have a specific quantity to add when a component is replaced, and short of a full system flush and a new dry compressor, you pretty much never add the initial charge.
That's according to some information pulled from: Now all this info is well and good, you want to check your fans---Thermo switch looks like it should be radiator mounted. Need to look at all vent temps, fan activations, pressure sensor and such with a scan tool need to follow directions in A5 forum for full evacuation of system including oil. When it trickles out, replace the inner plug and then the outer plug. The nylon strips would not hold against the included springs. Continuing, leave the trans in park, and make sure you are on as level of a surface as possible.
Hi, my car has the two fans not working, a guy connected them directly and both work, problem is I need to disconnect the battery every time I make a stop, cuse it continuines running even with car ignition off, please let me know what can be the issue, I ordered a cooling fan module control , for 28 bucks, but I just was surprised when I saw your posting that this car dose not have one? Then you can pour fluid into the trans. Make sure to check these listings for your premium quality parts, such as these AutoTrust Platinum. . Then watch for it to warm up. We only sell parts from trusted brands like so that you can find quality parts you can count on. All Flex-a-lite products are proudly designed and manufactured in America.