Sensors Cooling Fan For Bentley Continental. The cooling fan is turned off and on as needed by the engine's control computer based upon information from the coolant temperature sensor. Stant Coolant Temperature Sensor, which can be found as original equipment on most major nameplates, is the perfect companion to the Stant thermostat line.
One is fitted into the radiator top hose, and the other is fitted into the coolant connection after the pipe that connects to the bottom hose. If the fan receives a false signal, the fan might not turn on, causing the engine to overheat. A faulty coolant temperature sensor may result in a fan not being properly used, which may cause the engine to overheat.
This fan is electrically controlled and relies on the signal from the onboard computer.
Should see a wire harness & plug on a sensor at bottom of rad.
Replacing a coolant sensor requires draining some of the coolant from the cooling system. Just open the drain valve and let out enough coolant so the coolant level in the. I have checked for power and ground at the connector big wires at the fan and it's ok but one of the small wires supposed to have power that is not there and I did not find a.