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You knew when the fan was running because it was > really loud. the heater takes a long time to blow heat. is arnold clark gorgie keeping alfa as well or dropping to just fiat? __________________ need to contact a mod? All the relays have been checked and are good. have a peek at this web-site

But reading it again he may have actually said he SWAPPED the fan relay with the AC. Posting Quick Reply - Please WaitPosting Quick Reply - Please Wait « Previous Thread | Next Thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode Linear Mode Bingo... Bought a used resistor and some relays.

Will give an update once i try to bleed the system and change the relays. Is the fan controlled by the > OBD software or is there a hard wired sensor? If i pull out the temperature sensor on the thermostat - the fan works in emergency mode.

Logged colcol Hero Member Posts: 4064 AROCA Member #: 1201 Re: Do I have a thermostat problem? « Reply #3 on: July 02, 2012, 09:21:51 PM » I have a 10 Without the resistor there is no low mode, right? On Rovers I have known the sensor is at the top/bottom of the radiator itself. Today 07:31 AM by alfalfa339 0 5 Attachment(s) Alfa 1973 shell roller Today 07:26 AM by alfalfa339 54 29 Attachment(s) Welcome Ziggy Today 07:23 AM by barboncino105 0 1 Attachment(s) Alfetta

It doesn't matter which way round it is connected. Email Address: OR Log-in User Name Password Remember Me? It realy does sound like circulation problems throught the radiator, but nothing as bad as an airlock or water pump. ------------------------------ TourVanMan TM < Ex RF > Like Reply | Report http://www.automotiveforums.com/t519093-discuss156_cooling_fan_not_working.html Thank you and waiting for some input.

The car... Carlos Montserrat 52,414 views 1:49 Cleaning Alfa Romeo 156 Fuel Pump & Filter. vanity is offline Quote Reply Page 1 of 2 1 2 Alfa Romeo Forum > Supported Alfa Romeo Models > Technical & Vehicle Assistance > Alfa 147, 156 If someone could tell me step by step i could try to check if the wire shorted out is actually working.

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i Just wanted to see if someone can show with images where and how to short the fan resistor. (noob here) http://s28.postimg.org/4e7lkzoj1/DSC_0006.jpg vanity is offline Quote (Post Link) post #10 Community Links Social Groups User Tagging Statistics Hash Tag Subscriptions Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Google Search Go to Page... Last winter, a few minutes into my journey, if I...

And thank you for the reply! Check This Out I was driving my car today. So fan works. I think my best bet will bet taking the car to alfa club garage.

Member Posts: 33 Re: Do I have a thermostat problem? « Reply #10 on: August 05, 2012, 01:22:48 PM » Is it a big job to replace the thermostat on the So can it be that the guys that changed the clutch undid some wires or are there no wires they could have touched? Hope this is of some help. Source John, UK.

Jeffers156 is offline Quote (Post Link) post #5 of 29 Old 16-09-11 David C Status: - AO Platinum Member Join Date: Aug 2003 Location: London, England Posts: 29,018 Look for anything attached to the radiator that has wires attached and you could be onto a winner. I think the small relay should be fine as i switched it with ac.

Connected back , but nothing.

Logged 1974 VW Passat [ist car] 1984 Alfa 33TI [daily driver] 2002 Alfa 156 JTS [daily driver] alfagtv152 Sr. Got to nice 90C, but as soon as i hit heavy traffic or had to stay in one spot - 105 and 110 degrees. Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Alfa156 cooling fan speed!!! Now i will try to change the relay and maybe then hook it up to that used resistor.

I pushed the hose of thermostat to see if there is air, but it seems to circulate the liquid around the system. StreetmecCom 15,997 views 7:06 Fix The Cooling Fan on The Alfa Romeo 156 | 新店冠陞汽車 - Duration: 2:44. Simple way to check the fan is to disconnect the wires at the switch in the radiator and connect them (be sure to switch the ignition "on") If the fan starts, have a peek here Sorry for bad quality, just to show the type of ''tuning'' the previous owner has done.

The cambelt was changed fairly recently at around 40,000 miles, the car has now done 55,000. The other route going direct to the 50A relay. DavidC will be along any minute to answer this. My daughter's Ford Ka overheated in a shopping centre yesterday.

I presume you have checked the front of the radiator for rubbish, paper, plastic bags ect.? Relay at front of battery give problems (corrosion) so worth checking there otherwise quickest way is to take to alfa dealer & use examiner to operate fans/pressure test. (does it have Graham Gareth Hill Guest Posts: n/a 01-08-2007 I've finally got round to working on this problem some more because of the dark nights and have just been Then when the ECU calls for the low speed fan, the fan will run at full speed.

I wonder what can i do next. Tires Find the right tires for your car Insurance Get a free insurance quote Recent Discussions 0 5 Attachment(s) Parting out 1979 AND... if it gets higher now that the fan is fixed it usually means the rad needs changing, for some reason that is usually needed at approx 70-80k on a 156. Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable.

Would like to have a go at it myself if I don't need any specialist tools, that is. And the heating is working, but ac pipes are bust, so it is not really working - if i press the button green light of ac lights up, but there is This feature is not available right now. The resistor is located there so it can be cooled by the fan.

I am looking to test the fan switch manually now as alfistagj suggested but non entirely sure how to do this - could anyone give me some instructions on how to Anybody have any ideas ?? I think it starts in fast mode, because the resistor is not present. The problem all seems to > relate to the fan not being triggered by some sensor.

Kegham Karsian 3,168 views 0:41 Alfa Romeo 156 Bi xenon projector headlight retrofit installation video - Duration: 1:59. vanity is offline Quote (Post Link) post #21 of 29 Old 02-04-16 alfajtdm Status: - AO Member Join Date: Mar 2016 County: - Posts: 57 Remember in safe mode I've also had suggestions that it could be an air-lock, does this sound feasible and how would I go about releasing one??