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2001 toyota camry 4 cylinder. should the cooling fans operate independently of each other. Currently both run at the same time. When the engine is warm and when the air is turned on. Is this how they are to work?

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Yes both are on the same temp sensor, they could run independently if they had there own temp sensors. Although if they did your car wouldnt cool properly under load

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