I have a 2018 750 challenger, the cooling fan started running all of the time, even with ignition switch off, it will run till it kills the battery. I've checked the sensor on bottom of radiator, it's an open circuit no continuity, I found 2 more sensors on top of engine at coolant hose, was able to check 1 of those and it's an open switch as well. I can disconnect all 3 sensors and fan still runs. Only way to kill fan is to unplug it just back from fan motor in wiring harness. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
I have an issue with my sector crew 750
Starter engages and spins but does not turn the engine over. Does this mean a bad starter clutch. The starter is new. I started the pull of the cover where the starter clutch is located but cannot get to the back bottom bolts.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
By Gary T
I generally use my challenger for light duty misc. use, and for plowing. The one thing I dislike about this machine is the difficulty in shifting. I've had it the shop and they adjusted the shifting lever, but I still have issues. Some times it shifts ok, but the problem is it is hard to get it to move the lever from high to reverse or low to high or from any gear to the other. Seems I always have to accelerate a little to get it to engage to what gear I need it to go to. This is definitely not normal.
Cub Cadet 4X4D Trail J466
Stopped running today, behaved like it was out of fuel. Low fuel warning lite was not on but I added some fuel anyway.
When ignition turned on fuel pump noise was different that usual. Engine would run a bit but "run out of gas" as soon as load was applied. Fuel filter less than one season old.
If it's the fuel pump where is it?
If you think it's something else what might it be?
Thx to anyone offering advice. I have a fair amount of mech experience but almost none with diesels.
mark in MN