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2001 Solara fans run all the time after radiator installation.

Thanks for you reply.Checked three relays in fuse box. Removed 1st relay while fans were operational and one fan stopped. Removed 2nd relay while fans were operational and second fan stopped. Removed 3rd relay while fans were operational and both fans stopped. Where is the thermostat for the fans?

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The thermostat should be located inside the fan shroud it will be a small silver rectangular box usually @1/2" x 2" with a wire coming off of it (most models NOTE:if check engine light is on it will probably be the temp sending unit located elsewhere) however I would try to find a relay with the same numbers on it as the third one you pulled and swap the two then see if the fans stop and you will know if the relay is bad

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