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Where is the radiator fan sensor on a 1999 toyota cturcel?

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There is no radiator fan sensor, the fan is controlled on and off from the cars ECM (computer) which takes the reading from the engine's temperature sensor. If you think you have radiator fan issues, check your fuses under the hood and the relay fan to your radiator, once you have determined that there in good working order, move on to inspecting for a bad wire harness to the radiator fan but take caution to the fan turning on hot engine parts if your going to have the engine running.
Turning on the A/C with the engine running should also turn the fans o, if they don't come on then inspect your fuses as mentioned above and relays.
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