Question about 1994 Toyota Corolla
I would love to test Radiator Fan to see if its working, and i need to replace the A/C system on this car. the summer is coming soon..! What a/c parts need to be replaced..I need an compressor, thinking New vs Reconditioned ?
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... ;-)
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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