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Engine cooling fan problem
#1
Hi,

i have berlingo MK1 2001 1.9D and I have3 problem with cooling system. Fans doesn't work, and my berlingo is overheated. Is there anybody who can send me wiring diagram for electric?

thank you
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#2
Send VIN of your car to my PM.
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#3
(08-10-2011, 05:24 PM)pk7478 Wrote:  Send VIN of your car to my PM.

hi,

i can't send you PM because it's my first post, could i send you VIN to your email?

thank you
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(08-10-2011, 05:30 PM)patricek Wrote:  
(08-10-2011, 05:24 PM)pk7478 Wrote:  Send VIN of your car to my PM.

hi,

i can't send you PM because it's my first post, could i send you VIN to your email?

thank you

Yes. Of course

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#5
Is it all?


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.pdf   cool01.pdf (Size: 135.52 KB / Downloads: 78)
.pdf   cool02.pdf (Size: 193.39 KB / Downloads: 60)
.pdf   cool03.pdf (Size: 257.88 KB / Downloads: 51)
.pdf   Sdr_legende.do.pdf (Size: 128.12 KB / Downloads: 51)
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#6
how difficult is it to change the fan switch
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#7
Sorry to bring this old thread up. I have exactly the same problem, no fan. I have removed the cover infront of the radiator, removed small trangular cover and checked relay, relay ok, fans spin up when relay bypassed. Pushing the pin of my 12v tester into the green wire and onto 12v battery pulls the relay in and the fan spins, so relay not getting signal from fan switch. Where is the fan switch situated? Have found the oil pressure switch and temp gauge sensor too, but no fan switch?

I also needed to do a first post before downloading the above attachments.
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(14-07-2012, 03:52 PM)Emulsifier12 Wrote:  Sorry to bring this old thread up. I have exactly the same problem, no fan. I have removed the cover infront of the radiator, removed small trangular cover and checked relay, relay ok, fans spin up when relay bypassed. Pushing the pin of my 12v tester into the green wire and onto 12v battery pulls the relay in and the fan spins, so relay not getting signal from fan switch. Where is the fan switch situated? Have found the oil pressure switch and temp gauge sensor too, but no fan switch?

I also needed to do a first post before downloading the above attachments.

Assuming that your Berlingo is a 1.9D then you'll be fine with these pdf's.
The Older I get the Better I Was!  Cool
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#9
Hi

Just posting so I can get at the pdfs.

Jonathan
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#10
Hi, I had the same problem with mine so I just changed the motor after first removing the radiator to get to the fan. is the relay under the wheel arch cover.
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