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1995 monte carlo overheating

I have replace the thermostat, the the themputer sender, the cooling fan relays , the radiator, the waterpump. the cooling fan donlt come on what's wrong with my car.

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  • jal151954 Feb 15, 2009

    both cooling fans were replace last year still overheating cooling work good last month , now they will not come on. my mechanic said it could be any thing cause the overheating.

  • jal151954 Feb 17, 2009

    on my 1995 monte carlo which is overheating i removed the themputure coolant sensor that has two leads on it , and the cooling fans come on, i put them back the fans will not come on can it be the ecc

  • mike loshbough
    mike loshbough May 11, 2010

    did you replace cooling fan assembly?????????????

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If the radiator fan isn't coming on I would check the coolant temperature sensor which tells the fan to turn on. Check your owners manuel for locations of fuses or relays that control the fan. Lastly you can unplug the fan and direct jumper it to make sure the motor isn't burnt out. I hope this helps.

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