It’s an electronic module that’s connected to the radiator fan assembly and controls the speed of the cooling fans. When it fails, it causes the radiator fans to run on high-speed mode as soon as the engine is turned on.
I’ve had some really rotten luck with Kijiji as of late. Buyers who are no-shows. Buyers who b*tch about my prices (even though everything I post is best offer/open to negotiation). And then there’s the goofs that want me to drive halfway across the province to deliver an item because “I can’t afford gas at these prices.” Feck off, I say.I'm sure you can toss the Cirrus fan assembly onto the Canadian equivalent of Craigslist (Kijiji, I think?) and find a buyer to get some cash back.
Thanks for recopying my earlier post dickhead.Years ago, my A/C transducer failed during the winter, and it caused the fans to run all the time. I had a new switch soldered in and everything was good with the fans up until a few days ago. I no longer have A/C connected to the car since the condenser developed a hole two years back so the transducer switch is disconnected. Doesn't affect anything but for some reason the RFI decided to go. My mechanic tested both modules and it was determined that the RFI is to blame and it's likely due to age (the car will be 29 years old in June).