Kia Soul: Cooling Fan Description - Cooling System - Engine Mechanical SystemKia Soul: Cooling Fan Description

Kia Soul 2014-2019 PS Service Manual / Engine Mechanical System / Cooling System / Cooling Fan Description

[Air conditioning type]
The cooling fan operates in 2 stages (HIGH/LOW). The engine control module (ECM) controls the cooling fan according to the coolant temperature, vehicle speed and A/C operation.
[Cooling fan operation conditions]
A/C switch
A/C pressure
[kgf/cm² G (psi G)]
Vehicle speed
[km/h (mph)]
Coolant temperature
[°C (°F)]
Cooling fan speed
OFF

V < 45 (28)
95 ~ 100 (203 ~ 212)
LOW
100 (212) or above
HIGH
45 (28) ≤ V < 80 (49.7)
95 ~ 100 (203 ~ 212)
LOW
100 (212) or above
HIGH
80 (49.7) ≤ V
105 (221) or above
HIGH
ON
P < 6 (85.3)
All
105 (221) or above
HIGH
6 (85.3) ≤ P < 12 (170.7)
V < 45 (28)
45 ~ 100 (113 ~ 212)
LOW
100 (212) or above
HIGH
45 (28) ≤ V < 80 (49.7)
95 ~ 100 (203 ~ 212)
LOW
100 (212) or above
HIGH
80 (49.7) ≤ V
105 (221) or above
HIGH
12 (170.7) ≤ P < 15.5 (120.5)
V < 45 (28)
-30 ~ 95 (-22 ~ 203)
LOW
95 (203) or above
HIGH
45 (28) ≤ V < 80 (49.7)
95 ~ 100 (203 ~ 212)
LOW
100 (212) or above
HIGH
80 (49.7) ≤ V
105 (221) or above
HIGH
15.5 (120.5) ≤ P
All
-30 (-22) or above
HIGH

[Non-Air conditioning type]
The cooling fan operates in 1 stages (HIGH). The engine control module (ECM) controls the cooling fan according to the coolant temperature, vehicle speed and A/C operation.
[Cooling fan operation conditions]
A/C switch
A/C pressure
[kgf/cm² G (psi G)]
Vehicle speed
[km/h (mph)]
Coolant temperature
[°C (°F)]
Cooling fan speed
OFF

V < 45 (28)
95 ~ 100 (203 ~ 212) or above
HIGH
45 (28) ≤ V < 80 (49.7)
95 ~ 100 (203 ~ 212) or above
HIGH
80 (49.7) ≤ V
105 (221) or above
HIGH

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    Cooling Fan Specifications
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