Question about 1995 Toyota Camry
That may be a thermal switch rather than a fuse
either case - you have two sets of fuses, one in the engine capartment and in the cabin
You should look in the engine compartment for the fuse box and verify if there is a fuse. If that checks out and the fan still does not work - then check the thermal switch for the fan.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: radiator cooling fan
The sensor thats screw in the intake is bad.Thats what reads the temperature and turns the fan on.There should be a couple of sending units that are screwed in the intake around the thermostat housing.Its a two wire.You may have to follow the wires from the fan to it or you can when getting the new sensor match it or have them give you a print out of where its at.I hpoe this is helpful for you.Have A Great Day...
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Posted on Mar 31, 2009
The fan may run with jumper wires but if it''s blowing the 30 Amp Maxifuse it's needs a new or used fan motor.It's pulling too many amps.I have almost never seen a fan relay concern.Only other thing you may check is the wiring down near the fan shoud I have seen the 2 wires get loose from the conduit & melt onto exhaust manifold.Hope tHis Helps
Posted on May 12, 2009
Yes, there should be a fan motor. There should be a wiring harness in the middle of the fan assembly. This is the power for the fan motor.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
The cooling fan on a ford car usually does not have a fuse. The cooling fans are controlled by a relay in the power distribution box inside the engine compartment. The box is usually located near the battery. Your owners manual should have a guide showing you what each relay in the box is for.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Radiator cooling fan is not electric, it is driven by a silly hydraulic pump which is located low on the passenger side of the engine above the alternator. All 2000-2002 LS's have this system. Most likely either the motor or pump has failed.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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