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I need the main radiator fan that mounts on the engine side of the radiator passenger side. Can't find one anywhere.

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check the fan relays on the sides of the radiator. Check for right amount of antifreeze in radiator. Change the Thermostat (it's a pain to remove it, so you might as well change it with a new one). The driver's side radiator cooling fan should always work, and turns on-off according to engine temp. The passenger-side radiator cooling fan ONLY comes on when the A/C is running. IF it doesn't come on when the A/C is on, check the operation of the Blower motor (blows air out of your A/C vents). IF it doesn't work, check the Blower Motor RESISTOR (mounted inside the Blower Motor housing). See picture - RESISTOR is #5.
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Mar 20, 2013 | 1994 Acura Integra

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1999 Chevrolet Lumina radiator replace

there are 2 13mm bolt on above radiator and 1 facing in front take those off,
loosen two 15 mm on eng side and move it up, back towards eng

when you open the second one ENG shift back few inch
but don't worry, you can easily pull it back to position by hand when you are done
unplug the passenger side fan and take it out

driver side is tricky to unplug,I unbolted it first kind of twist it to get a better look use the pick tool topull the tab and unplug it

don't forget to unplug coolant level sensor on passenger side just below radiator cap

May 19, 2012 | 1999 Chevrolet Lumina

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Cooling fan(s) wiring diagram

Its either t Cooling Fan Switch ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Inspect/Test/Replace

To find the RADIATOR COOLING FAN MOTOR RELAY, we need additional information about your 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora 4.0L SFI DOHC 8cyl.
Please select one of the following:

The Radiator Cooling Fan Motor Relay is located: Under hood, passenger side, upper firewall, mounted in corner in relay block
When testing a cooling fan switch, first test it with the engine cold, then test it when the engine reaches a specified temperature. Check your vehicle's service manual for more directions.
To check a switch, disconnect the connector at the switch. with an ohmmeter, check for continuity between the terminals of the switch with the switch moved to the on position and to the off position.

To find the RADIATOR COOLING FAN MOTOR RELAY, we need additional information about your 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora 4.0L SFI DOHC 8cyl.
Please select one of the following:

The Radiator Cooling Fan Motor Relay is located: Under hood, passenger side, front side of wheelwell, mounted in relay panel
The continuity through a switch can be checked with an ohmmeter. With the switch open, there should be infinite resistance. With the switch closed, there should be zero resistance. With the switch off, there should be no continuity between the terminals. With the switch on, there should be good continuity between the terminals. If the switch is activated by something mechanical and doesn't complete the circuit when it should, check the adjustment of the switch. (Some switches are not adjustable.) If the adjustment is correct, replace the switch. Another way to check a switch is to simply bypass it with a jumper wire. If the component works when the switch is jumped, a bad switch is indicated.
Voltage drop across switches should also be checked. Ideally, when the switch is closed there should be no voltage drop. Any voltage drop indicates resistance and the switch should be replaced.
he fan motor,the fan switch,or the coolant temp.sensor.

May 02, 2012 | 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora

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How to replace a heating core in a 1997 Chevy Blazer

  • Disconnect the negative cable from the battery.

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    Open the drain plug at the bottom passenger-side section of the radiator. Open the radiator cap, and let the fluid drain until empty.

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    Unsnap and remove the front dash panel. Unscrew and remove the bottom panel and unbolt the main dashboard harness from the firewall at the windshield. Take out the radio, gauges and most of the switches and accessories to gain access to the main bolts.

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    Remove the coolant overflow tank, main computer and blower-fan housing from the passenger-side engine compartment. This may require several sizes of sockets, socket extensions and a Phillips head screwdriver. The computer will uncouple from the truck in the rear of its housing.

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    Uncouple the heater core hoses from the core by loosening the hose clamps.

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    Remove the bolts on the interior, between the dashboard and firewall, and the two bolts in the engine compartment behind the main computer. On some models, these bolts can be between the passenger-side fender and the engine bay.

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    Slide the heater core out toward the windshield.

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Identifing a part, I'm told that it is a relay control module, it is mounted right behind the grill at the top/back side of the radiator. It controls fuel flow and fuel injectors among others things.

You are talking 2 different Modules, the CCRM (Constant Control Relay Module) is near the radiator controls radiator fan, fuel pump, etc. , the ECM (Engine Control Module) which controls the engine (ignition and fuel injectors etc) is at the firewall on passengers side. .

Sep 22, 2011 | 1995 Ford Taurus

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Where is the heater core located on a 1994 chevy corsica?

the heater core for this vehicles located behind the glove box on passenger order to remove it,you will need to be mechanically inclined.are you?do you have the tools to do so?8mm sockets and ratchet? you will need patience! if not,i recommend you ask your mechanic to replace it. but 1st i will ask these questions. is it the heater core? is fluid leaking onto the passenger side floorboard? that's one sign of a bad heater core. no heat? have you checked the fluid level in your radiator? does your cooling fan come on when the engine's at operating temperature? if not, then it may be a bad temperature sensor at the radiator. it may also be a bad fan relay in the main fuse box under the hood in the main fuse box[black box w/lid under the hood.lift the cover off of it and under the lid,it tells you fuse and the relay locations.if you turn your a/c on and the fan comes on,and does'nt come on when the engine gets hot,the fan sensor may be bad.the fan sensor that tells the fan to come on when the engines running hot. thank you,for choosing fixya,com!

Jan 26, 2011 | 1994 Chevrolet Corsica

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Change radiator

I pulled my radiator and condensor on my 2002 Impala with 3.8L.
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2002 Impala LS w/ 3800 V6

References to bolt sizes are for the hex head or socket size and not the thread size.
I apologize for any errors or omissions.

Remove the cross braces.
Using a 13mm socket, remove the three bolts from each brace. The braces are located behind each headlight and attached to the fenders.

Remove the radiator over-flow clamp and hose

Remove battery.
It's always a good practice to remove the negative cable. I had to remove the battery later because the radiator wouldn't quite clear. So, while you have the 8mm socket out, take off the positive cable. Grab the 13mm again and remove the battery hold-down, and out with the battery.
Air Deflector
The lower air deflector is held on with five 10mm screws. I took mine off because I was working on the floor and it gave me quite a bit more clearance.

Remove air filter/box
Unplug the sensor in the rubber inlet tube.
Pull the inlet tube off the throttle body.
Unsnap the two clips for the air filter. Remove the filter cover and inlet tube.
Remove the air filter (Does it look OK? Well, at least shake it out a little.)
Remove the two 8mm bolts from the top of the box, and remove the top half of the box and exposing the control module.
Slide the control module out. (I choose to unscrew the two 7mm bolts and remove the ECM, but I don't think you need to.)
Grab the remaining half of the air box and pull it straight up. (There are two plastic pins under the box that are plugged into some rubber grommets in the body.)

Drain the radiator
Remove the radiator cap.
Open the drain plug located on the driver's side of the radiator; facing rewards.
(I chose to pull the lower radiator hose off to drain the radiator.)

Engine Cover
I removed the engine cover in order to have better access to the motor mount bolts..
Unscrew the oil filler cap AND tube from the valve cover.
Pull the engine cover up and forward.
Replace the oil filler tube and cap (to plug the hole).

Motor Mounts
I placed a jack and a piece of wood under the engine oil pan to support the engine before removing the upper motor mounts. (Many people think this is not such a good idea, and recommend using a strap across the top of the engine.)
For maximum clearance, you should remove the entire engine mount.
Using a 13mm socket remove the 4 bolts from each mount at the radiator support.
Use a 15mm(?) socket and wrench to remove the two cross bolts nearest the engine.
Fan Assembly
Remove the upper radiator hose from the radiator.
Remove the spring clip directly above the passenger fan
Remove the two top rubber mounts using a 10mm socket. There is one bolt for each mount.
Using the same 10mm socket, remove the two bolts on the sides, about halfway down the radiator.
Unplug both fans.
Unclip the wire harness for the fans in 3 places. (I hate those things, but try not to break them)
Unclip both transmission lines are from the bottom of the fan assembly.
The hardness part - remove the plastic trim retainer at the bottom of the fan assembly (to radiator), It is straight below the driver's side fan. This retainer can be accessed thru the oval hole of the lower radiator support (uncovered by removing the air deflector).
Two hooks on each side of the radiator are supporting the fan assembly. Lift the assembly up off the hooks and remove.

If you have not done so already, you need to drain the radiator.
Unplug the coolant level sensor on the passenger side.
Remove the spring clamps and the upper and lower hoses with pliers or channel locks.
Remove the transmission lines. Twist and slide the plastic covers back from the line fittings. Remove the trans lines. (Watch for the washer-like seals that will fall out). Trans oil will come out. Try not to mix with your coolant.
Remove the radiator.

Installing the Radiator
Important! Remember the rubber upper mounts for the fan assembly? The 10mm bolts were screwed into a couple fold-over nuts that were clipped to the upper rad support. You need to find those nuts now! Mine were loose and one fell inside the rad support and then I managed to drop it between the radiator and the condenser.

Set the radiator in place. The two pins on the bottom of the radiator will fit into the rubber grommets in the lower rad support.
Make sure that the radiator isn't touching the condenser. There should be rubber at all four corners (from the condenser mounts). Use a flashlight and look between the radiator and condensor. I had an issue with the lower driver's side.
Attach the lower radiator hose.
Attach both transmission lines (w/ round seals)
Save the upper radiator hose and coolant overflow for later

Install the other parts in the reverse order of disassembly
Fan assembly
Motor mounts
Engine cover
Air filter box
Air deflector
Cross braces

Attach the upper radiator hose.
Did you plug in the coolant sensor?
Did you attach the coolant overflow hose?
Radiator cap.
Check the transmission fluid level.
And don't forget the coolant...

Good luck!

Sep 15, 2010 | 2002 Chevrolet Impala

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The cooling fans stop working

check your sensor that controls the cooling fans.may need to be replaced.

Jan 01, 2010 | 2003 Chevrolet Impala

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Where is and what does the cooling system fan relay look like? i have determined that the switch that turns on the fan that cools the radiator is bad but can't find it.

The fan temperature sensor,(Fan switch), is activated by the cooling systems coolant. Activated by it's temperature.
It's located under the hood, passenger side, upper engine area, below the alternator, and mounted in the intake manifold.
My money, is on the fan temperature sensor being bad.

The fan switch will usually be cylindrical shaped, the bottom is made of brass, and the top has a black insulator material, with a rubber type plug on top. The plug will have two wires coming out, going into the engine wiring harness. One wire is Black, one wire is Yellow.

The fan relay is located in a relay panel. I can't tell you at present, whether it's in a black plastic box, that you remove a cover to access it, or the relay is exposed. If it's in a plastic box, under the cover it should state what each relay is for, and where they are located inside the box.

The relay panel is under the hood, on the passenger side, front engine area, on the passenger side of the radiator.

May 09, 2009 | 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera

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