Or you can take yours out and try to clean it with MAF cleaner and Carb cleaner ...it works ...been there done thatHello Lincoln world I am try to find a hydraulic actuator for my 2002 LSE 3.9v8. The ford dealer said it is obsolete
try the Jaguar dealer they don’t know what I am talk about. Help
Ok so that is good know how can II have an extra one ...PM me and I can get it shipped to you
Well l understand this but this is a 02 and this the first timeIt's a pretty bad setup. Maybe consider swapping to the 2003 and up electric cooling fan assembly? Search and you can find what it takes to swap it out. Big job but you will be fighting the hydraulic setup forever otherwise.
Hello if you do have one Here is my ,email firstname.lastname@example.orgI have an extra one ...PM me and I can get it shipped to you
Its actually not that bad to remove go from the bottom ...if you have a V6 go from the top but a 3.9 is easier if you work from the bottom ...remember to flush all the Mercon V out of the entire system and refill with fresh clean Transmission fluid also remember on the 1st Gens the AC must be properly charged in order for your fan to go on high speed when you have the defrost or AC turned on ...if you have any questions about removing it let me know ..Ok so that is good know how can I
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Also you can bench test the actuator with a 12v battery if you hear it click when power is hooked up it's working properlyWell l understand this but this is a 02 and this the first time
it gave any problem with it. it don leak or any thing fan not
speeding when idlin. Thanks for the infor
This is true for both generations. Fan speed in both cases is based on engine temperature and the high-side AC pressure. Even correctly charged, if the AC demand is low (not very hot outside), then the pressure will not be very high and the fan will not be commanded to a very high speed....also remember on the 1st Gens the AC must be properly charged in order for your fan to go on high speed when you have the defrost or AC turned on ...