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Over heating did a compreson test good checked fan by bypass ok , change cooling fan relay,termostat, fuses,cant find any thing else theres 2 sensors and 2 fans 1 of the fans will turn on if its over heating but only if i turn the car off completely if i turn the key on it turns off i tryed to see if any of the fans would turn on if i turn on the a/c but no ,didnt work the a/c is not working so i dont know if thats a factor but i dont care about the a/c just want the fans to work i tryed to ground both of the sensors but no response i dont think i did anything wrong but any way thats my head ache if any one has had this problem and figured it out please helpppp meeee car is driving me crazy thanks

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  • xochitl2002 Jan 21, 2009

    The car over heats at idel and none of the fans turn on ,only one does if you shut the car off, when i turn on the a/c it doesnt come on at all but like i had said before the a/c seems not to work so i think that one of the fans wont turn on any ways because of that reason ,but the other one should turn on when the temp starts going up i would think , if any more Q's let me know what you need to know. thanks .......

  • Anonymous Feb 06, 2009

    had new head gasket radiator thermostat checked fan motors replaced one . when goin down road or interstate it wont over heat. when you shut it off the fan dont turn on like the 1992 honda i had did. i have a new fan sensor but dont know witch one it is. the car has a v tech 4 cyl where is the sensor or something else to check.

  • James Bradburn
    James Bradburn May 11, 2010

    If its getting hot then both fans should turn also both should be on with ac working or not. Do you know how to disconnect the fan thats not running? If so i would like for you to jumper the fan to the battery and tell me it works then.

  • James Bradburn
    James Bradburn May 11, 2010

    Does it overheat at idel or when you are driving. A fan will have 2 setting high and low. When you turn the a/c on the fan will kick on high. I

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This may work for you, I'm not sure about your fans, but in a 1992 Ford Ranger when I kept overheating in idle or after turning off it was the heater core, you may want to try bypassing core and you should be fine, of course this is a band-aid fix. You're definitely going to replace the heater core (if that is the problem) and hunt down why your fans are not kicking on for a permanent fix.

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