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Cooling issue I just purchased this old car for my daughter. someone put an external thermostat inline. The cooling fan does not come on!!! They put the external thermostat where the fan cooling sensor goes. where can I find the wiring for this? You can only drive it 4 miles before it overheats. Thanks for your help

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  • John Husman May 11, 2010

    did they run a line to the fan relay?

  • mike watson
    mike watson May 11, 2010

    please explain inline thermostat?what does it look like is it in a hose or something?

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Sounds like somebody installed an aftermarket fan switch. Look at the engine side of the radiator and see if you find a probe going into the core itself. If there is one there, follow the wire going to the probe and it will take you to a control box with 2 wires going to it and a small knob. If it's there, one wire will be going to the cooling fan and the other will be going to a power source. It may not be plugged into a power source. While it's running, do you see bubbles in the resevour? If you do, you may have a leaking head gasket causing it to overheat.

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