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Ford Explorer radiator fan running too much when AC is on

ford343783ford343783 Posts: 6
edited May 2014 in Ford

I have a Ford Explorer 2006.
When I turn on my AC, the radiator fan is running too much, specially when I stopped on traffic lights, it is noisy. First I thought it was like the engine is revving up high, but lately I think it was the radiator fan.

Comments

  • turbo64turbo64 Posts: 10
    its gonna run more, a lot more because now when your sitting at a light it has to cool your compressor and condenssor. When you get above 40 mph it will quiet down. Only come on when water coolant gets above 200 degrees.
  • skyisthelimitskyisthelimit Las Vegas, Nevada, USAPosts: 29
    Have you checked your coolant level and if your radiator is clean?
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