RANDOM STARTER AND FAN FAILURE

1997 Ford Probe

Tiny

chemicalvamp

July, 27, 2011 AT 10:34 PM

My 97 ford probe GT starts and runs great for awhile, but then as I'm driving my heater/AC/vent fan will stop blowing. After this has happened my car will no longer start, not even a click as if my battery is completely dead, but lights and stereo still have power. And there isnt one thing im doing in my car all the times this happens. I could be at a stop sign, driving down the road, or parked.

When I bought the car it already had a "push to start" ignition button installed (only starts with key turned) I want to think that (or its installation) has alot to do with it but that doesnt explain the fan or how its tied to my ignition problem.

Well my question is at what point does the solonoids power and my fans power converge? Does it seem like engine heat is messing with my power?

What can I do to fix this, I can't afford a car electrical systems specialist.

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1 Answer

Tiny

rasmataz

October, 19, 2011 AT 12:44 PM

Check and test both the ignition switch and the push to start button-

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