Cooling Fan Inoperative

Johnny Owner/Technician Toronto, Ontario Posted   Latest   Edited  
Question
Electrical
2004 Bentley Continental GT 6.0L 6-spd (6HP26)
Vehicle Overheating

Hello. I was wondering if anybody could help me with wiring diagram of cooling fan for this Bentley? 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 blown fuse. I have checked the fuses under the steering wheel and above the left battery in the trunk. Is there another fuse box?

Thanks, 

Johnny

0
Richard Owner/Technician
Southall, United Kingdom
Richard Default
   

I assume it's LHD, but a chassis number is always useful for these vehicles to be sure of the correct data. Here are the entries from the factory workshop system, LHD 2004MY Main Power lines are Fan Pin 1 to Fuse F28 and F27 (both 50amp) Fan Pin 2 is fuse F12 shared to both Fan Pin 3 is Engine ECU, Pin 66 for left and Pin 104 for right of the Engine ECU (or vice versa!!) Fan Pin 4 is…

+1 Default Ð Bounty Awarded
Johnny Owner/Technician
Toronto, Ontario
Johnny Default
 

Thank you very much Richard

0 Default Ð Bounty Awarded
Johnny Owner/Technician
Toronto, Ontario
Johnny Default
   

Hi, Richard so I found my fuse and it seems fine but no power coming to the fuse. The diagram says " see the engine management current supply relay ". That's triangle A. Can I bother you for that diagram and location as well? Thanks in advance Johnny VIN # SCBCR63W34C022538

0 Default Ð Bounty Awarded
Dustin Technical Support Specialist
Escondido, California
Dustin Default
 

I Think there is one under the cowling. Check and report back

0 Default Ð Bounty Awarded
Johnny Owner/Technician
Toronto, Ontario
Johnny Default
 

Yes there is a fuse box or e-box as it is called on the passenger side. Thanks Dustin. The fuse has no power going to it and I don't know which relay it gets its power from.

0 Default Ð Bounty Awarded