What should I do if my cat cooling fan is not working?

What should I do if my cat cooling fan is not working?

That should be the red one near or at the compressor. Try to unplug it and see if the fan stays released. The coolant temp sensor that is read by the ecm to control the fan also sends the data to your coolant temp gauge. If the gauge is reading normal the sensor and wiring should be fine. (The insulation needs to be fixed for sure!)

Why is there a kitten in my engine?

On Tuesday night one of our dogs was barking at the front door near the inside garage door but we just thought she was mental when we looked outside and didn’t see anyone. Turns out she must’ve been able to hear the kitten meowing. I was working from home yesterday and she started doing it again and when I went to investigate, I heard the meowing.

How often does the cat cooling fan cycle?

The fan cycles off and on about every 3 minutes. 3 on; 3 off. It does this all the time. Weather idling, road speeds, or A/C on or off. Engine temp never goes above 190*. Anyone have any ideas what is causing this?

Why is my car fan belt making noise?

Contamination: Water or leaking fluids from another part of the engine may have splashed on the belt. Basic wear and tear: Belts don’t last forever, eventually as they age they will lose their stiffness or the surface may become glazed, cracked or brittle.

How did the kitten get stuck in the exhaust?

One driver found out a 2-month-old kitten had become wedged into the exhaust system of his engine. As the driver started his car, the poor baby was sucked into the engine, becoming stuck in the exhaust section.

Why does a kitten like a car engine?

Why Kitties are Attracted to Car Engines. When you come home and turn your engine off, the engine stays warm. During the winter months, a kitten, who doesn’t have very much body fat, gets cold outdoors. He wants to warm up.

What’s the problem with my Cat cooling fan?

A few weeks ago I had a problem with my 97 Volvo 3406E; the fan would not come on. So I put in a switch to turn it on when needed. Now i have this 2002 International with the opposite problem. The fan cycles off and on about every 3 minutes. 3 on; 3 off. It does this all the time. Weather idling, road speeds, or A/C on or off.

The fan cycles off and on about every 3 minutes. 3 on; 3 off. It does this all the time. Weather idling, road speeds, or A/C on or off. Engine temp never goes above 190*. Anyone have any ideas what is causing this?