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Replaced the radiator, and the fan relay sensor, fuse is fine and fans work but the fans will not turn on when the car starts

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    What does the sensor look like or where is it exactly located?

  • perky12323 Jul 11, 2010

    trying to locate the sensor for this solution please help

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Radiator fan will not come on right away, only with a/c on, fan should come on when temp. is about 1/2 way up, or 220 deg., if fan is not coming on at all with a/c off, check your coolant temp. sensor, sits close to your thermostat, if you unplug it and fan comes on, replace sensor.

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