Question about 1988 Chevrolet Corsica
I have an 88 Corsica 2.0/5speed. I can't seem to find any info (books or online) where the Coolant Fan Relay is located. Thanks for your time!
I have a problem with my car and i dont have idea where i can find these problem... the engine seems working properly and the oil is in good condition no burning smell, nothing mix of any kind of liquid and its a chevrolet corsica 1995. my problem is the tempereture gage is goes up and down, and the cooling fan does not working continieusly it does work but it takes a while to get running and the coolant is always getting low and i can't find any leakage. could you be so kind to tell me what wrong with this cace than you! john
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
Trace the wire from the coolant fan motor back a ways. More than likely it's located behind the grille on a support near the radiator, between the radiator and the grille.
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