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Dan62

Member Since 12 Mar 2009
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 03:11 PM
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In Topic: Engine Tempture Sensor

Yesterday, 03:11 PM

The fuse is probably good, more likely to be the relay.

 

Check fuses with a multimeter.


In Topic: Engine Tempture Sensor

Yesterday, 02:47 PM

follow the short red wire from the positive battery terminal, it goes to the fusebox


In Topic: Engine Tempture Sensor

Yesterday, 02:21 PM

It makes no difference for you, if you had an early mk6 with Ac there would be an extra relay and resistor in the circuit.


In Topic: Engine Tempture Sensor

Yesterday, 01:57 PM

The battery fuses are attached to the the positive battery terminal connector.

Its fuse FD 40A.

 

More likely to be the relay K45 if the fan works.


In Topic: Engine Tempture Sensor

Yesterday, 01:29 PM

It might sound a bit obvious but does the temperature gauge on the instrument cluster work ?

 

If the gauge is working, the sensor is ok, the system has a fail safe so should the sensor fail (or you disconnect the sensor) the fan will run continuously.

 

If the gauge works but the fan fails to run possible reasons are;

The cooling fan relay in the central fusebox.

The fuse in the Battery junction box

The fan itself.