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So my engine cooling fan does not come on when the ac is turned on, it does come on when the engine reaches whatever temp its set to, so my air conditioning only works while I am driving because of ram air flow. Is there a relay or anything I can check? The fan has 4 wires going into it, I assume one speed for the ac and another speed for the engine cooling. I am good on coolant levels and the condenser kicks on. Any ideas before I tear into it? Thanks 2015 Versa SV sedan
 

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Based on what you just posted get somebody else, you have no idea of what you are talking about there. At least two major understanding errors there, not trying to be mean at all but you do not have the skills to work on the car.
 

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Based on what you just posted get somebody else, you have no idea of what you are talking about there. At least two major understanding errors there, not trying to be mean at all but you do not have the skills to work on the car.
Please explain then since you know everything, Sounds like you know nothing, if you think the ac condenser has its own fan, thanks for the help ashole!
 

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Based on what you just posted get somebody else, you have no idea of what you are talking about there. At least two major understanding errors there, not trying to be mean at all but you do not have the skills to work on the car.
I replaced the cooling fan assembly and that was the problem you useless pos of a human! GFY!
 

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Thank you for 100% confirming what I guessed at, about you not the car.

Don't confuse luck with skill.

I do all my own automotive a/c including compressor rebuilds and on the house too. You may well have fixed that fan for 10 cents worth of wire or 5 drops of oil, we'll never know now will we? I do stuff like that all day long. That fan likely has a speed limiting resistor in it (to get 2 speeds) and simply burned out, easily fixed in minutes. But not by you.

One fan speed (low) is for both a/c AND engine then they both go to high fan at a certain point, there are pressure and temp presets in software. Condensers never kick on, they are inert objects, you likely meant the compressor.

When you get to 50 years of a long stream of cars and never have paid ever for any repair on any of them you let me know, until then you would do well to learn more instead of opening your mouth.
 

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Thank you for 100% confirming what I guessed at, about you not the car.

Don't confuse luck with skill.

I do all my own automotive a/c including compressor rebuilds and on the house too. You may well have fixed that fan for 10 cents worth of wire or 5 drops of oil, we'll never know now will we? I do stuff like that all day long. That fan likely has a speed limiting resistor in it (to get 2 speeds) and simply burned out, easily fixed in minutes. But not by you.

One fan speed (low) is for both a/c AND engine then they both go to high fan at a certain point, there are pressure and temp presets in software. Condensers never kick on, they are inert objects, you likely meant the compressor.

When you get to 50 years of a long stream of cars and never have paid ever for any repair on any of them you let me know, until then you would do well to learn more instead of opening your mouth.
Thanks for the help, you are a real great help on here lol
 
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