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Need wiring diagram radiator fan corolla ae 101

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Check your public library they may even have access to a paid data base. Maybe this will help. With electric fans it's almost always the motor, It's a two speed fan that has three wires. The black is ground, the dark green is the hot for the low speed and the yellow is the hot for the high speed. Run jumpers from the battery to the fan connector. If the fan doesn't run the motor is bad.

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SOURCE: Sensor Wire/Fan 1990 Toyota Corolla

These wires could go to a temperature sensor for the radiator fan. The best thing to do is to bypass the sensor and straight wire the fan to come on when the engine is running. I had one to over heat because the sensor went bad and wouldn't let the fan come on.

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2005 Toyota Corolla Car Stereo Wiring Diagram
Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Blue/White
Radio Switched 12V+ Wire: Gray
Radio Ground Wire: Brown
Radio Illumination Wire: Green
Power Antenna Wire: Black
Front Speaker Size: n/a
Front Speaker Location: n/a
Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Pink
Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Purple
Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Light Green
Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Blue
Rear Speaker Size: n/a
Rear Speaker Location: n/a
Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Black
Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Yellow
Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Red
Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): White

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Does someone knows the # or location of radiator fan fuse of a '97 corolla?


I don't think it has one. Mine would fail due to the thermo switch in the base of the radiator. It has two heavy wires coming from it. Touch them together and see if the fan runs. If it does, replace that- if not see if it is getting power to one of the wires.(key on). If not- track the wire that does not go to the fan and see where the power should be coming from.

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that fan is to help cool radiator when needed although it doesn't usually turn on until the car coolant temperature is around 200-220 degrees depending on where u live this time of year the coolant may never get that warm to need the fan to come on
as far as having to remove the radiator you might have to remove radiator but usually u can just remove radiator mounts and tilt the radiator forward enough to allow fan to come out

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check the fuse, if good then check the thermoswitch in the radiator (it's about an inch and a half in diameter located on the lower part of the radiator with two wires ) by disconnecting the wires and touching them together ( with engine hot...at least 190 degrees) if the fan comes on now but didn't before, you have a bad switch. If fan does not come on connect a 10 gauge jumper wire from the battery to the fan itself (there are three terminals,,, one high, one low and ground). With power direct from the battery (and a ground wire, if necessary) fan should run... if not replace the fan assembly... if it does run then you have a bad cooling fan relay. Compressor choice depends on your finance... a rebuilt unit is going to be a lot cheaper... Hope this helps... ;-)

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Sensor Wire/Fan 1990 Toyota Corolla


There is a sensor screwed into the bottom of the radiator

Dec 11, 2008 | 1990 Toyota Corolla

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