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1994 subaru impreza radiator cooling fans run constantly

Both cooling fans turn on when car is started. Already changed the coolant temp sensor and send unit any ideas???

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SOURCE: coolant temp sensor location on a subaru impreza 1.8

the coolant sensor should be mounted on or around the thermostat housing or will be on te radiator.
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Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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SOURCE: external radiator resevoir full - radiator not and car is cool

Yes there is supposed to be a suction if the hose is hooked up correctly. When the car cools all the way down it is supposed to pull coolant back in to the radiator from the resevoir. If it is not woring you may not have it sealed right. Make sure the radiator cap is all the way on correctly. You may have to push down and turn it some more. It has to have a seal to create suction.

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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SOURCE: cooling fan runs as soon as the engine starts and

the ecu reset plugs/wires are pluged in together!!!under the dash on the steering column.they are grey or black and yellow plugs just disconect them.all will be ok againe.

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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SOURCE: My 1994 Subaru Impreza's radiator fan will not

what ? plenty of fluid in yer radiator but it was empty ? what

Posted on Aug 24, 2009

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SOURCE: hi guy's, my 1994 subaru impreza has the cooling

Change the temp control switch.That sounds like your problem.Good luck.

Posted on Sep 03, 2009

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1997 Chevy Lumina 3.1 engine. The cooling fans aren't coming on tell the car heats up to over 250 degrees.


Did you check for applicable trouble codes? Anything? Some of the national brand auto stores will check codes for free.
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My fans in my 1992 subaru impreza dont turn on how do i fix the problem


The fans are controlled by the ECU, the thermostat and the communication between the two. Most likely scenario is a faulty temp sensor - a switch, that tells the ECU how hot the coolant is - and such a faulty switch will prevent the fans from working correctly. If you turn the A/C on, or switch to defrost, at least one of them should be running all the time. Alos, very important, make sure your coolant level is correct. These sensors only measure temp in liquids, if there is not enough coolant to get a correct flow through the system, the fans will not work properly either.
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How to check if my fans work in my 1992 subaru impreza


I assume you mean engine cooling fans. The primary fan is bolted to the water pump and turns with the engine-always runs. The other fan is for when the engine begins to overheat. the coolant temp. sensor triggers it at high temp. You'll hear it kick in. My 1.8L Suby's have rarely utilized this electric fan. Be careful looking around under the hood. Both fans are right there on the front and ready to hurt you. If your car is overheating and this secondary fan has not come on, then it's not working. But you should look deeper to find out why the overheating is occurring-this fan is for "normal" overheating;long steep climbs etc.

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An341@hotmailcooling fans come on soon as the engine starts and check engine light is on as well ?


Had a related/similar problem with my 1995 Subaru Impreza; cooling fans would come on and check engine light would illuminate (while fans were running). Problem resolved with replacement of coolant temperature sensor.

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Radiator cooling fan not coming on. Replaced ICRM with refurb. When jiggled harness, engine surged, fan still will not come on. Ground wires had been cut, spliced and taped. Re-did with **** connectors,...


Replaced ICRM ??? The CCRM - the constant control relay module controls the cooling fans along with input from the PCM - engine computer . Engine coolant temp. sensor is a input to the PCM . Wiring diagram here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html

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My fans wont go of when the car is started till it is turned off


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