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if the engine coolant temperature reaches 230°F or higher , the radiator fan control activates the radiator fan for up to 5 minutes even after the ignition switch is turned to the "LOCK (OFF)" position
The fan stops its rotation when the engine coolant temperature decreases to 230°F or lower .
The PCM supplies a Ground to the Fan Controller thru the BLUE / ORANGE wireThe Fan Controller get Voltage from the Relay on the BLUE wire & Ground - on the BLACK wireYou need to test those wires to see if it is the PCM or the Fan ControllerThe Fan Controller is mounted on the Fanclick Attachment below
I have tested fuse box I get 12 volts and wire harness from the temp sensor and I get the 5 volts..????
Please reread my response.....Testing needs to be done at the Fan Controller on the wires I postedYou have not mentioned if you have replaced the Fan Controller or tested Ground & Voltage to the Relay
If you follow the Schematic to the Fan Module, the PCM supplies the Ground to the Fan Control Module BLUE / ORANGE wire.The BLUE wire of the Fan Control Module should have Voltage +IF they do, then the Fan "2" wires should have Ground & Voltage +IF the Fan Control Module has the BLUE / ORANGE (-) & BLUE (+) & no Output (-) & (+) to Fan, then the Control Module is bad