Question about 1994 Chevrolet Camaro
The Cooling fan is Wired in in such a way so as to Automaticly Turn on Cooling Fan If the A/C is Switched ON. If "WITHOUT the A/C on" The Cooling Fan Doen NOT come ON Untill Engine. is @ 210-230 Degrees
There IS a Problem with the Engine COOLING SYSTEM, A Faulty Coolant Temp Sensor Will Cause this Problem. The Cooling fan is Also A Candidate For Testing.
Answering your Quwstion YES The Engine Coolant Temperture Sensor Tells the ECM What the TEMP Is and the ECM Grounds the Cooling FAN Relay to Turn ON Cooling FAN. Temp Sensor is the Usual Culpret, BUT Relay Comes in a CLOSE Second. Hope this Helps !!!
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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