Having problems with your 1995 Chevrolet Lumina ?

My engine fans wont go on when my engine gets too hot and the fans dont work when i put on my ac either

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 23-07-2018

Answers :

The AC should have its own individual fuse but then again it may be the same fuse the heater runs on. Does your heater work? It's best to check all of your fuses one at a time. Just pull one and remember where it goes and look at it to see if the wire is melted inside. If so get a new one. Some fuse boxes have spares in them already so check there first. The engine fans should be a seperate fuse so keep checking all fuses. After you have either fixed the two problems with the fuses your good to go but if not then lets start with the engine fans. First off what makes you think its getting to hot? It may have a high temperature thermostat that makes it seem a little warmer then you might think it should be. But if your worried then for the meantime for your cars sake then lets go under the hood. With the key in the on position go to the fan. Look along the side of the fan and find a wire that leads toward the engine. It may run up towards the top of the engine but keep going until you find a conection. Pull the connection apart. Make sure your shirt tail is not near the fan. Or your fingers for that matter. With the key on and the wire disconected then the fan should take off. This is a temporary fix. It will continue to run as long as the key is on. This will not hurt your motor and may Take a bit more time for the heater to warm up but it will keep the engine cool. let me know how it turns out. I like to know if I am waisting my time or actually helping others. Good Luck, The Raz
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