Question about 1993 Nissan Altima
Since both fans are idle, the sensor switch is the problem. Change it before your engine overheats. If you have a temperature gauge in your dash, watch it carefully. Otherwise watch for warning lights on the dash for heat.
Don't wait to get one online if it takes a few days. Your local Advanced Auto, NAPA or other autoparts store should be able to get one for you at about 55 to 70 dollars. Same part from Nissan may be double that price.
I believe it is on the side of your radiator.
Just so you know what it looks like, http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/details/QQNissanQQAltimaQQ4-SeasonsQQCoolant_Temperature_SensorQQ19951999QQFS36448.html
Posted on May 28, 2011
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