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Overheating on 93 Toyota Camry 1838cc

Neither fans on the radiator work whether a/c unit is on or off. Both fans work okay when direct connection to battery is made.
Dash light under petrol gauge comes on and stays on with key on and engine off or on, what should this tell me.

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" " fan
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