Question about 1988 Toyota Camry
The relay for the cooling fan may be sticking on. Relays are inexpensive (about$15), or just get one from a salvage yard. If not the relay, the coolant temperature sensor could be it, or check if there is a fan temperature switch (maybe called a thermal switch) in the radiator that is tied into the fan circuit.
Sorry, I don't have access to a wiring diagram for your Toyota. If none of the above helps, suspect an ecu malfunction-the engine computer.
Posted on Aug 01, 2013
Testimonial: "We have changed the relay sensor 2 times. Will have to pass this info to my brother. I think there is a short in the wiring. The clock stay lit up all the time and the battery goes dead within a few hours. Thank you"
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