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COOLING FAN DOESN'T MOVE

TOYOTA CAMRY LE 2001, DOESN'T NOT WORK WHEN THE ENGINE IS RUNNING, IT MAKES THE RADIATOR GETTING HOT AND ANTIFREEZE GOES OUT AND HOT FROM RADIATOR

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  • OIPINGNG Nov 11, 2008

    NEED HELP, IS FAN GOT PROBLEM OR OTHER

  • OIPINGNG Nov 11, 2008

    I FOUND OUT WHEN I TURNED THE A/C ON , BOTH FANS ARE WORKING. ARE THEY GOOD THAT MEANS. WHAT CAUSE THE RADIATOR GETTING HOT WHEN I DRIVE THE CAR LONGER? ARE THE FANS SHOULD SPINNINGALSO WHEN THE CAR IS RUNNING WITHOUT THE A/C ON?

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Your fan motor is broken. Take it to a mechanic.  Run the heater on full blast at its hottest setting to help keep the radiator cool while driving to the mechanics. Open a window if u need to!

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