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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
fix the radiator first.because coolant temperature sensor need to be in antifreeze.when antifreeze get up to 190 degrees. the coolant sensor act as a thermostat.it resistance decrease then the pcm will command cooling fans to run.if antifreeze low the coolant temperature sensor not going to work. engine is going to over heat.
Posted on May 29, 2009
Check the fuse first, but odds are it won't be the fuse that's the problem.
Odds are you have had a sudden refrigerant loss due to a leak or broken line, or your condenser has failed
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
you may find that the wiring plug on the harness to the fans has over heated ,it will come on once untill the plug gets hot loseing connection ,i have went to salvage yard and got good used plug and solder it in place an get another 30 to 60 th miles then do it again...and the thansducer switch some times will be bad ,its next to condenser on ac line ...try salvage part first ,,,,
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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