Question about 1999 Saturn SL
I have a 91 SL1 and the engine overheats when I stop in the traffic. I have never heard or see that radiator fans spinning. Can it be coolant temperature sensor or the fan itself? Any body any idea, how can I resolve this problem cheap and easy way. Thanks alot K. cooling fan wont turn on i want to know where sensor is located so i can replace it to find out if thats the problem or is there any way i can test the fan motor still works?
The sensor is located at the rear side of cylinder head between transmission and engine under the thermostat hosing but make sure to have some one aply direct power to fan to se if fan still goos if not replace it, and the sensor all what you have to do to test it start the car unplug the sensor and if the fan come on then replace the sensor i will recomend to replace thermostat also and make sure is full of coolant
Posted on May 31, 2008
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