Question about 1992 Toyota Corolla
On many cars there is a temperature sensor screwed into the head or block which sends a signal which ends up at a relay in the fuse block which then turns the fan on. The fan thus kicks on only when the engine temperature reaches a certain point. So if your fan is not kicking on I would suspect the fan, the relay, or the sensor might be bad. All that stuff is at least 18 years old and anything beyond 10 years is a good lifetime for an electrical gadget. Generally you can just unplug the fan and jumper the battery directly to it to see if it spins. If it does not spin you can buy a new one or if it does spin try the other two items. Most of this stuff can be bought from parts stores as opposed to the dealer.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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