agzand wrote: ↑Tue Sep 06, 2022 3:23 pm
I think the other relay is for the fan, there is also a fuse in the fuse box for the fan.
If the fan works poorly it could be the relay, however I haven't heard many issues with that relay. The fuel pump has more issues because in many cases it is run sporadically.
Also make sure your 12v battery is in good shape and the gas cap works properly.
I'll have to track down that fan fuse, just in case.
talks about how to diagnose the cooling fan code and mentions these items to consider so I guess I'll look at doing that when the heat subsides a bit. If I'm really lucky, I'll find some obvious, visual evidence of failure.
-Faulty cooling fan 1
-Poor electrical connection in the fan circuit
-Failed fan control relay has failed
-Failed coolant temperature sensor
-Faulty AC pressure switch
-VSS not operating properly
The 12V was replaced 2 years ago so it feels a bit early to start failing, but you never know...