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coolant temp sensor tells the computer how hot or cold the engine is so it can regulate the idle and fuel mixture, when it fails there usually is no cooling fan and you will have trouble starting the engine and keeping it running.
if its the cooling fan at the rad then your talking about then if you disconnect the plug on the fan and run jumper wires to it directly from the battery it should run.also check the plug connection to make sure its in good condition and no corrosion.if you jump the fan motor and it doesn`t run tap the motor it should run either way if it doesn`t then the cooling fan motor needs replacing.
No replacing the cooling fan would not require replacing the thermostat although a good mechanic would have recommended you have the system serviced. At 80,000 miles you need a complete cooling system service. Drain, flush, replace thermostat, fill with a 50/50 mix of antifreeze & distilled water, and bleed air from system. Also have them check the function of the water pump and replace if it is suspect or has any play in the shaft.
sounds like the drain hose for the a/c system is clogged, look underneath the car on the passenger side for a small black hose about 3/8 in make sure it is not clogged gently push a stiff wire into the hose water should come pouring out, hope this helps if not get back to mme as i strive to be the best, please rate my fix
They Are Removed From The Inside. On The Inside Of The Car Find The Opposite Side Of Where The Light Is. There Will Be Either Carpet Or A Panel There Remove That And It Will Give You Full Access To The Lights. Use A Twist And Pull Motion To Remove The Light From Its Housing Then Replace The Bulb.