They're easy to take apart and re-assemble. Take a look at that. BTW was Euro Car Prats intentional or a slip on the keyboard cq20v Site ADMIN Joined: Jan 20, 2003 Posts: 13250 Location: West Midlands Posted: Sat Dec 13, 2003 2:19 And by overheat I mean the dash gauge approaches "H" and kicks in the digital coolant warning light too. this content
again if any one has any questions, just message me or post in here and i'll check back. This makes me think the fault is in the driver's side radiator fan and not in the fan relay box or thermal switch. If it is, does anyone have any advice to unclog it? Because if it's a dark color, that false reading is normal.
2001 Audi Tt Cooling Fans Not Working
not overheating, AC works fine. when you unplug the larger fan you tested the end from the engine to the fan shroud? When you're sitting still, the Outside air gauge is subjected to the sun underneath your front bumper. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Audi TT Overheating by hughbpike / August 19, 2005 12:58 AM PDT In reply to: Outside Air Temp Had the thermostat replaced and
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 You'll find discussions ranging from trouble shooting advice, how to service information, to maintenance questions and answers. if no power was being received from the engine side into the fan shroud then it could still be a fuse.. Audi A4 Radiator Fan Fuse Location Cheers! (Congrats on getting your new S2 BTW .
PS, my climate control cluster is showing it staying at 90 even when gauge climbs past middle during city driving. Something to look into if you get the fans to start working. I do not think the fan is dead, because the smaller fan works with ac, but neither work when AC is off. visit 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
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Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: AUDI TT OVERHEATING The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. 2001 Audi Tt Cooling Fans Not Working Disconnect those and you can take apart the fans if you would like. Audi Tt Radiator Fan Replacement Darren, this morning I tried shorting ther two spade terminals on the run-on switch and got nothing - not even a click of the relay to at least let me know
Timbo McConnell 222,750 views 1:55 V6 4Motion fans fault before mod - Duration: 1:48. http://emhsoft.net/audi-tt/audi-tt-clocks-not-working.php Bolted to the cam cover at the rear left hand side of the head is the temp sender for the fan run-on system. Minding correct polarity, hook said leads up to a set of jumper cables which are then momentarily connected to the car's battery. Anyway, the car's 'in' now so I'll know soon enough... Audi A4 Radiator Fan Not Working
mark A4 2.4 SE SUBARU LEGACY 4CAM #11 sirmarky, Feb 12, 2011 aragorn "Stick a V8 in it!" Staff Member Moderator VCDS Map User Joined: Jan 30, 2008 Messages: 17,727 I believe the low speed is mainly engaged by the fan switch located in the side of the radiator. once i got back on the freeway it went back down to once notch past mid point. http://emhsoft.net/audi-tt/audi-tt-fan-not-working.php Still no results, turns out later I ended up replacing the whole radiator and hoses and walla, problem solved...a pricy fix but it was worth it so as not to worry
The resistor in the fan is a little metal coil. 2000 Audi Tt Fan Control Module Is your car protected? Page 1 of 3 1 23 > Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post cooling system working or not?
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do they control the fans functions? How many miles? Seeing as there's plenty of these available off-the shelf, I'd consider going down this route before 'risking' a 2nd hand fan. Audi Tt Fan Control Module Test both fans work, For some reason just for that day the drivers side fan did not come on..weird...
Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion You can only upload videos smaller than 600MB. Electrical short somewhere...I will change the module though. check my blog I've done a coolant flush, replaced the coolant reservoir, thermostat, fan switch, temp sensor, coolant flanges and hoses, fan relay box, radiator fans, fuses on top of battery, power steering pressure
I can't tell if the fan is running.....which fuse is for the fan. A trip round the local breakers yard usually reveals a few old Audi 90's... Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. but when the fan comes on it pulls 3 amps and tey actually only have a 3 amp to handle it and after time it wears down so I ran a
Today the large fan did not kick on again after I replaced the fan switch yesterday. Thanks for the help - I will try that trick and see what happens. __________________ 2002 TT Quattro Roadster 04-09-2010, 10:32 AM #4 monkeytronic AudiWorld Member Join Date: as you move again temp drops and is all good, never any coolant loss or boiling over.Thanks Mark T SuperchargedVR6 2,455 posts 131 months [report] [news]Thursday 12th February 2015 Sounds like Now you mention it, I did change the coolant after bunging in the newthermostat.
Eg when ac turned on both fans should turn as they are both connected to the same input supply 12volt wire and both have a common earth. I have a '94 90S and earlier this summer my car would consistantly overheat on the daily drive. Loading... Do these two fans share the same power wires?
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