Question about 1993 Chevrolet Camaro
If your engine is a LT1 like mine there are two black relays on the drivers side fender area near the head light; these run the fans; one relay for one fan and the other to kick on the second fan at high temps. Check the temp sensor on the passenger side of the engine block and the one on the water pump; they might be bad.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
The fastest way to fix that problem is to find the wires to the fan cut the run them straoght to your battery and install a toggle switch so when u get out u can kill the power and cut the fan off it might sound crazy but it works i just had the same problem and had to do the same thing
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