2010 GT cooling fan is not turning on - Ford Mustang Forum
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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-10-2018 Thread Starter
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2010 GT cooling fan is not turning on

With AC, without AC, the fan just isn't coming on. As an aside, no fan makes red lights in Houston in the summer REALLY fun. I checked the fuse that connects power to the high/low speed relays for the fan, and it was fine. I figure the next step is to probably confirm 12V at the plug on the fan , and if there is 12V, then the fan needs to be replaced. Sound about right? How much of a pain am I signing myself on for to replace the fan? It seems pretty straightforward, with just the shroud needing to be removed, the line between the coolant expansion reservoir and the radiator, and the 3 bolts that hold the fan on. Hopefully one of the local parts stores has the Motorcraft fan assembly in stock, I am leery of alternate brand non-performance parts.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-11-2018
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There are some threads on here that go into full detail about this, might be in other sections, hopefully you can find them with some creative searches.

Note this is the V6 Tech section; so GT posts likely are not in here, but the issues are likely similar for V6.

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