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Cooling fans won't come on 1995 camry

With temp enough to bring fans on with key on and I pull #7 30amp fuse (AM2) the fans come on

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Please take the wire off the switch and ground it against the
block it schould turn the fan on ,if it does not come on replace the
relay with other relay next to it Same replay for ac fan.ac fan schould come on when the ac is turned on.come on at that point
ther wise fix fuse. If fuse is ok replace relay ck with other relay.
easy to fix,let me know

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  • Jonathan Murray Apr 11, 2015

    It works in neg ground temp turns was witch on but if you take off

    the wire and ground it out which is what the switch does

    as it get hotter the switch grounds bypass temp and just simply ground out the wire that schould turn fan on if not replace relay as the car warms up the switch schould ground inside switch and turn fan on.the ac fan schould come on when ac is turned on.

    automatic,,

  • Jonathan Murray Jul 17, 2015

    Sounds like relay is shorted

    melted shut and grounding out to turn on then fan

    a/c relay is bad replace with other relay next to it then replace relay put back and keep ac on so ac motor is on when ac is on

  • Jonathan Murray Jul 23, 2015

    Hello did you fix the fans yet

    please reply

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Replace the relay fuse then. If the relay is stuck closed its no good if it should be reading temps to open current.

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