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I already checked the fan capacitor it running well with different speeds,
I just changed the head gasket because of heating issues as well as thermostat. I dont know am really worried about it. Also i felt sometime fan also not running but when i turn off the car then turn again its ruining for sometime at high soeed then off.馃ゲ馃ゲ馃ゲ馃ゲ
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I already checked the fan capacitor it running well with different speeds,
I just changed the head gasket because of heating issues as well as thermostat. I dont know am really worried about it. Also i felt sometime fan also not running but when i turn off the car then turn again its ruining for sometime at high soeed then off.馃ゲ馃ゲ馃ゲ馃ゲ View attachment 301107
There is no "fan capacitor".. Are you talking about the resistor pack?
Have you applied voltage to each of the fan terminals shown in the picture (those are the Pics I posted a while back).. does it run on all three speeds?

If so then yes you need to find out if the relays are being pulled in... If it does not run on all three speeds then you need to replace the resistor pack and/or fan.
 

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How to find out? Relay pulled in?..
Yes I checked all three terminals resistor pack its running fine on all three speed
There is no "fan capacitor".. Are you talking about the resistor pack?
Have you applied voltage to each of the fan terminals shown in the picture (those are the Pics I posted a while back).. does it run on all three speeds?

If so then yes you need to find out if the relays are being pulled in... If it does not run on all three speeds then you need to replace the resistor pack and/or fan.
yes I checked the resistor pack is running well on all three speeds .
Also how to check the relay pulled in?
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I suggest to check fan relays in fuse box in first step.
how i can check? I have multimeter only
 

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Go thru the wiring diagram, from memory there is a common relay that controls both the low speed and med speed relay?.. its been a long time.

Pull the med and low speed relays.. There is two big fat terminals and two smaller ones. You can test the realys by applying voltage and ground to the correct (smaller) terminals and use your multimeter to see if the large terminals then have continuity.. You should also hear it click when the power and ground is supplied.

If the relays check out then you go upstream to find fuses and wiring that control the relays.

you can also apply a short jumper cable to make the fan run with the relay pulled out.. i.e you are jumpering the two fat terminals.. I think I might have shown that in one of the pictures??
 
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