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Replacing the cooling fan on a 1993 toyota camry

Does any body have a pic of wat it looks like?

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  • Darrell May 11, 2010

    I can get you that pic but may I ask why you think the fan is bad?there are a few reasons the cooling fan will not come on due to faulty sensors or electrical issues.the fans are on the backside of the radiator,one is for a/c and the other is for main engine cooling.so....what problems are you having?also I need exact model and engine size please have a good day DB

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On the '92-95 V6 Camry, the radiator fan is hydraulically operated by the power steering fluid and power steering pump. If the fan isn't running as fast as it should be, check your power steering fluid level.

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