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2001 Audi Tt Cooling Fans Not Working
The auto repair forum is collaborative member forum for you to find solutions to your car problems. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Auto Repair forum 7 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions icon Bought the car used from a dealer with 50,000 miles. Put a 0-265 degree meat/candy etc thermometer in the water and slowly bring up to temp.
AOC#: 1073 -\'00X RS4 Avant Mikes2 Site Moderator Joined: Jan 31, 2003 Posts: 9099 Location: Polmont Posted: Thu Dec 11, 2003 1:13 am that 80 amp fuse is only necessary when 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 This is my 3rd set of fans. Audi Tt Heater Fan Not Working The resistor in the fan is a little metal coil.
Loading... Audi Tt Cooling Fan Relay Location not overheating, AC works fine. Sign in to add this video to a playlist. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?6990237-Audi-TT-radiator-fans-not-working PS, my climate control cluster is showing it staying at 90 even when gauge climbs past middle during city driving. #2 07-27-2010, 02:42 AM NorthD 1st Gear 2002 Audi
Do these two fans share the same power wires? 2000 Audi Tt Fan Control Module Wasn't too concerned until yesterday when I was doing some early morning driving (51 degrees)in the mountains and noticed things heating up. Thanks! Sign in 99 12 Don't like this video?
Audi Tt Cooling Fan Relay Location
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 http://www.audiworld.com/forums/tt-mk1-discussion-9/radiator-fan-doesnt-run-2779876/ 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 2001 Audi Tt Cooling Fans Not Working Bad connections on this can prevent the fan running although in my case it had the opposite effect - the fan ran all the time. Audi Tt Fan Control Module Add to Want to watch this again later?
The VW Scirocco, the worlds fastest ECONOMY car. http://emhsoft.net/audi-tt/audi-tt-speedo-not-working.php The fuse on top of the battery should protect this but it doesn't, So if you have fans that aren't working just order 2 new fans and a relay, I got Quick Navigation Home About Forums Term, Conditions & Rules Contact Open the Quick Navigation Like us on Facebook audi-sport.net Buy us a beer! 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 Audi Tt Radiator Fan Replacement
Also considering flushing the system and changing out switch, thermostat and temp sensor all at once. Useful Searches Recent Posts Garage Reviews Garage Reviews Quick Links Most Active Members New Items Competitions Competitions Quick Links Competition Index Rules, Terms & Conditions Parts Request Parts Request Quick Links So is the larger fan work in conjunction with the A/C Drivers side Or does the smaller fan work in conjunction with the A/C Passenger side? check my blog I would replace the fan. 05-03-2010, 07:50 PM #10 swedishaudi AudiWorld Newcomer Join Date: Feb 2010 Posts: 6 Follow up question My next questions: Will the driver side
Both connectors are right beside the driver's side of th radiator if you decide to do so. "Yes" you can remove the fan w/ shroud w/o removing the bumper cover and/or Audi Tt Fan Control Module Test thanks for the help mark A4 2.4 SE SUBARU LEGACY 4CAM #14 sirmarky, Feb 13, 2011 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Share Disconnect the connector of the suspect fan in question and note the connector's outer terminals and their associated wires: one with a red with black stripe wire (+12V) and one with
PS, my climate control cluster is showing it staying at 90 even when gauge climbs past middle during city driving.
Any thoughts from any more experienced TT owners out there? __________________ 2002 TT Quattro Roadster 04-07-2010, 08:47 AM #2 RM879 Audiworld Junior Member Join Date: Apr 2009 Posts: Thanks again for the replies, you gave me some hope of a fix last night!! _________________Gareth. Anybody with any electrical knowledge, please feel free to provide feedback. http://emhsoft.net/audi-tt/audi-tt-sidelights-not-working.php The outside air temperature gauge indicated 117 degrees F.
Thomas EXOVCDS 89,898 views 4:14 Audi TTS vs. If not anyone know where to get a good replacement fan? __________________ 2002 TT Quattro Roadster 04-10-2010, 11:26 AM #6 monkeytronic AudiWorld Member Join Date: Oct 2009 Posts: Please try again now or at a later time. Make sense ?CheersMark t Gren 1,368 posts 163 months [report] [news]Thursday 12th February 2015 Exact thing happened to me.
Outside temperature around 105F, was driving locally for maybe 15.....idle about 10mins. Certain add-ons by avforums.com ©2013 M2N Ltd. Uploaded on May 2, 2011I thought of worst case first (head gasket), but don't see any contamination in either the oil, or the coolant, nor anything goofy like burnt coolant out Remove fan switch after draining coolant.
All other fuses elated to the fans have been checked. If you own a power drill, just drill out a small hole for the wires in the side of the fan shroud, just don't damage the integrity of the shroud, the If the motor doesn't spin up, you've found the culprit. the electric fan is free , but i have not got around to putting a direct feed to it , just was asuming the fuse might be blown...
Password Register Forgot Password? Hope this helps, thermostat was sticking, allowing coolant to get too hot until it popped open. The way that I figured out it was the Drivers Side radiator fan was by turning the car on, turning the ac on, walked around to the radiator fan and manually this rules out and fan or fan wiring loom problems.