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A/C not cooling, engine overheating

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Old 07-03-2013, 07:09 AM
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mine had the same issue. A/C only worked when driving and got warm at a standstill. I ran direct power to the fan motor bypassing the module and it did not work so I ordered a new fan assembly. Problem solved.
 
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Originally Posted by LaGirl View Post
Anybody have a prob with A/C not cooling and engine acting up and overheating? Just started a couple of days ago. '08 lr2
. I have been having the same problem. How did you finally fix? Thanks
 
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If you check and find it's not the fan assembly and the module that's an easy replacement but if it's the fan assembly it's about a 4 hour job minimum. I did it by myself and it took 5 hours with removal of intake manifold and all and I still couldn't get the da. Assembly out so I just replaced the fan and motor. I do have an extra module for sale if that's what's wrong with yours
 
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Originally Posted by lilcc View Post
If you check and find it's not the fan assembly and the module that's an easy replacement but if it's the fan assembly it's about a 4 hour job minimum. I did it by myself and it took 5 hours with removal of intake manifold and all and I still couldn't get the da. Assembly out so I just replaced the fan and motor. I do have an extra module for sale if that's what's wrong with yours

Hi Lilcc, do you still have an extra cooling fan module? I think that's what is wrong with mine (08 lr2) and would like to purchase it if available.


thanks- Justin
 
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Exclamation LR2 radiator fan starting problem

Hi
I have an LR2 2009, my problem is the the cooling fan does not work if the engine get too hot, which means the cooling fan is working properly in moderate conditions but if drive in traffic jam or when I am going up hill for a long time the fan starts by cooling but then it will not start, and the engine temperature can go up and the red light ON.
What is interesting is if I restart the engine (or stop the engine an put the ignition in standby) some kid of reset is done and the fan will start again, but once stopped it will not start unless I repeat the procedure or let the car cool down for 20 minutes with open hood.
I have the same problem of AC not working at idle motor speed, both problems starts almost together.
Please advise.
 
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The reason it works when not at a standstill is because motor is getting cooled when moving. I'd check the fan by directly connecting power to the motor. If it turns on its the module. If it does not turn on it is the fan motor iyself
 
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Originally Posted by Michael M. Koch View Post
There's only one serpentine belt. It's around $50 at Advance and can be replaced in the parking lot in under 15 minutes. Also be sure to check your electric fan, as previously mentioned. With the A/C on, hold a plastic grocery bag in front of the truck. It should get sucked up to the grill.
On a 08 LR2, it will take you more like five hours if you've never done it. This assumes you have a FULL set of tools. The manual isn't crystal clear on a few things, and many of the bolts are real hard to get to.
 
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ok guys here is issue. if i drive with AC on i overheat sometimes if i shut ac when it does the engine will
cool off to normal and i can drive. AC is ice cold except sometimes if not moving I stress sometimes this is not happening every trip but enough. i noticed the cooling fan not being on but if i tap if goes on or eventually seems like it goes on. so i changed the fan control module same exact problem. I also hear sound when fan runs like a bearing is going.

should i change the fan itself or is there something else to test or try ?

thank you
 
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