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1988 Chevy Camaro Iroc Z

Where is the coolant fan switch located?

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  • jimlightfoot Jul 23, 2008

    is the connector up by the fans?. the wire that actually plugs into the pass side of block.



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The engine fan switch is located in the right side cylinder head between the spark plugs. There are two different sizes that you might find installed, 5/16 or 9/16 inch threads.

Posted on Sep 02, 2009


Below your rt fan should see underneath the car looking at the bottom of the radiator been a long time since i was arond the i roc but im pretty sure thats where it is

Posted on Jun 14, 2008


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