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1991 toyota camry 2.5l v6 - cooling fan comes on when engine is cold

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Coolant temperature sensor is defective, or ECU.

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Should my cooling fan be running all the time on a 93 v6 camery 3.0?


No, especially when the car is cold just after starting. I would say your coolant temperature sensor has failed. Details here, p 282, 314

http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/eg2.pdf

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I have a 1991 toyota camry whats is the main purpose of the 2 fans that facing the radiator and can one work without the other thanks


The fans cool the radiator and the condenser. one fan is the radiator fan and the other is the a/c fan. The can and do operate independently of each other. The radiator fan will work anytime the engine is hot enough for the temp sensor to command it on. The a/c fan will come on when the a/c is on and the high pressure switch commands it on.

If the a/c is not working than it is possible for the radiator fan to work and the other fan not to work.

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I have a Toyota 1991 camry station wagon LE 6 cyl. Does the big fan need to be on at time? and the little one only when the engine gets to warm


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I am not sure if the radiator fan is working on my 92 v6 camry its not over heating but never see or hear the fan running is there a fuse or relay that might have gone out. I cant even see any wires that...


The radiator fan in the 92-95 models of V-6 Toyota and Lexus vehicles is a weird design. The fan is not electric but runs off the power steering pump. The power steering pump moves fluid through hoses to the radiator fan, thereby creating its rotation. A sensor monitors coolant temperature and signals a solenoid on the power steering pump when more or less cooling is needed. The power steering pump then speeds up or slows down to provide more or less fan speed.

This system seems to work pretty well. However, there is a connector that goes to the power steering pump that is critical to proper operation. In engine work this connector often gets overlooked when reassembly is done. This results in the fan running at constant speed and not increasing rotation when more cooling is needed. This becomes a problem primarily when the car is idling or moving at a slow speed.

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1991 toyota camry. It has a new radiator and cap,


the a/c when running creates a lot of extra heat and needs second fan, if second fan is not working right this will cause overheating, if fan is creating a load noise it is likely bearing is bad and will not spin as fast as it should not cooling. also check that fan it not hitting anything if you describe loud noise i can give better idea

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1991 Toyota Camry Temp gauge inoperative


Switch ig. on, ground the sender unit wire for about 3 seconds see if the temp. gauge moves, if so change sender unit, if not then it is a faulty gauge reader.

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