Question about 1998 Toyota Corolla
You are correct. One fan comes on with engine temperature, and both come on (or are supposed to) with A/C operation. Not enough airflow through the condensor at low vehicle speeds will result in poor A/C performance. Check for voltage at the fan with the A/C operating (warning: the fans can cut your fingers severly if they start up, so keep your fingers clear!). If there is voltage, the fan motor is probably bad.
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