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Radiator The radiator fan to my 95 camry is not working so now my engine is overheating. What can I do?

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Look for:
a bad relay
" " fan
" " " switch
" " temp sensor
a loose, corroded or broken wire at the temp sensor at the bottom of the radiator.
Start with the relay. Buy or borrow a Haynes manual for this car, lotsa pics.
You will need a continuity checker (cheap)

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