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Hello Everyone,

 

I have a 2011 911 997.2 GTS that I bought as a salvage car.  A friend did most of the work on the car but in the end he got busy and now the car is in my garage.  Problem number one is a overheating issue.  I've done some research and found that neither fan is turning on, even with the A/C switched on.  I'm wondering if it is something as easy as a fuse or loose wire but I have no wiring diagram or fuse map to work with.  Can anyone help of give some suggestions?

 

Thanks,

Richard

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Welcome to RennTech :welcomeani:

 

While the early cars used simple resistors to control fan speeds, later cars like yours can have pulse width modulation controls, which are electronically controlled modules that simply have to be replaced when they act up.  So unless you can find something that isn't properly connected in the fan circuits, you may be buying some very expensive replacement fans........

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