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Overheating & part number question
#31
Hi,
Ours was a petrol model, so location of sensor may be different. If one fan is not turning I'd recon it's seized.
Griff
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Ex 1.4 Berlingo Multispace
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#32
(22-09-2016, 04:10 PM)yes mines 1.9 diesel I got manual but damed if I can find it the fans one is sticking as you turn it but I have been freeing it more it seam ok but stills catches as it goes round  the other is ok just some can tell where to look I just want to if its the fans or the sensor  thank kev Landmark Wrote:  Hi,
Ours was a petrol model, so location of sensor may be different. If one fan is not turning I'd recon it's seized.
Griff
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#33
Hi, Just dug my old Haynes manual out
Cooling fan switch without air con -blue wire connection and located in left hand side of radiator.
With air con -fans controlled by air con system control unit and temp sensor located in thermostat housing- brown wire connector.
HTH,
Griff
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Ex 1.4 Berlingo Multispace
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#34
(22-09-2016, 04:45 PM)i will look tomorow with a fresh mined thanks Landmark Wrote:  Hi, Just dug my old Haynes manual out
Cooling fan switch without air con -blue wire connection and located in left hand side of radiator.
With air con -fans controlled by air con system control unit and temp sensor located in thermostat housing- brown wire connector.
HTH,
Griff
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#35
rate I had a look and cos I got air con fitted as well I think it's beyond me not messing with so off to garage again for fans to be sorted so am selling one of my organs now lol
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#36
Hi Kevin,
Have you sorted the problem yet?
Griff
Landmark
Ex 1.4 Berlingo Multispace
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#37
(23-10-2016, 05:32 PM)Landmark Wrote:  Hi Kevin,
Have you sorted the problem yet?
Griff

Yes thanks i got a second hand fans from a breakers yard £45 they sent a set but the carriage it was in was all broken so had to swop new fans to old chassie they work now got to garage who's fitting them should have it back Monday or Tuesday finerly thanks for asking
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#38
Not sure if this is relevant to this thread but I had a fairly long standing overheating issue in my Petrol 1.6L The problem was solved when I couldn't get it started one morning and the garage fitted a new Coil Pack. I suspect that the old one may have been faulty for some time.
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