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Old 17-05-13, 03:59 PM   #1
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Default Cooling fan not cutting in

Hi everyone
I have a 2002 peugeot 206 with 1.4 petrol engine. Yesterday it overheated because the fan isn't working. I checked for broken fuses and there were none. I took the front grill off and found the 2 relays, the terminals were all corroded so i replaced them and cleaned up the relays. One of the relays switches when the engine is warm but the other one doesn't. I removed the relay and wired it to the battery and its working fine. I checked and I have a live going to terminal 86 but no earth to 85. I ran a wire from terminal 85 on the relay directly to earth on the battery and the fan powered up. Does anyone know where this earth wire goes to, or what to check next? Would really appreciate some help.
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Dan
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