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92 camaro fan problem

The fan quite working on my camaro, I jumped it to the battery and it still works,...i changed the sensor next the thermostat, the relay, and the fuse is good,...so if the ecm is the problem,..will the ecm out of a 92 with an automatic still work,..mine is a 5 speed,...my wifes is an auto,..I'll just steal hers while shes at work...hehe,..oh and where would the ecm be located? thanks

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There is a temp sending unit and a temp sensor.One in the cylinder head between the spark plugs and the other in the intake manifold.If you've replaced both w/no success and insist on tryin the ecm you can swap it only if the other Camaro is the same fuel system (TBI for TBI or multiport for multiport).I've done this quite a few times.The Ecm is under the passenger side dash area where a glove compartment "would be."You'll need a 7mm socket and I think a 10mm socket.To remove the ecm harness plugs you'll have to slide out the little plastic pin locks holding the plugs in.

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