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The main cooling fan on my 89 camry runs all the time

The main cooling fan (I have 2 fans- the other is for the AC) on my 89 camry LE 2.0L 4cyl runs from the time I turn the key on till I turn it off. It did not always do this. Is the temp sensor bad and where is it or is the fan relay stuck? I'm not over heating and I keep an eye on my coolant level (it's good) but I worry that I could be running too cold too long and getting a rich mixture thus wasting gas. Thanks for the help...Lou

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It's the fan relay,generally when the temp sensor goes bad the fan won't come on at all.

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