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Electric fans shut off in hot weather

2000 camry v6 this happened last year in june or july and not again till this year. only when very hot out

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Be very careful as this can cause the head gasket to blow off and messing up your engine.A very simple solution to this is to disconnect the wires that plug into the thernostat,follow the cooling system and you will see it that connects to the fan.Disconnect it and the fan will run once ignition is on.

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