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I HAVE A MAZDA 626 LX V-6 1998, HAVING TROUBLE WITH COOLING FAN MOTORS NOT OPERATING WHEN THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO.I HAVE CHANGED THE TEMP. SENSOR AND STILL DONT WORK, BUT IF I PULL THE TWO WIRE CONNECTION OFF, OF THE SENSOR, BOTH FANS AUTOMATICLY COME ON, WHAT AM I OVER LOOKING, OR HOW COME FANS WONT COME ON WHEN CAR STARTS TO GET HOT.

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I know this may seem like a stupid answer but did you remember to check the coolant level? if the coolant dont reach the sensor it wont work properly.

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