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could be a clogged fuel filter or faulty pump. check to make sure your timing belt/chain hasn't snapped. do this by removing your distributor cap and checking to see if the rotor turns while starting the car. if it doesn't that means its broken, but if it turns then you know the chain/belt is good. also check and make sure your brakes aren't locked up, preventing you from moving. . .
I'm sorry, but there is just way too much going on with this to try to fix online. You need to either call a shop or get someone who knows what they are doing to look at your vehicle. The only other thing I might suggest is getting a Chilton's manual for your model of vehicle. Come back if you get it narrowed down any.
when the car is running, there is enough air to cool the radiator, however, when when the AC kick on, the radiatorabsorb more of the heat from the AC coil. there by require more cooling. the 2 fan are there for that purpose.
as far as the smell of antifreeze, you nee to check all of the cooling hoses, in the engine compartment and under the dash. sound like there is a small leak some place.
yes, they are both radiator fan. dependent on the temperture of the outside air and the cooling temperure on control panel. the fan will kick on when the temperture cross over the preset- set on the computer. so, either fan on, no fan, fan is runing when the car is runing or not, is not a porblem.
the porblem occures when the fan stops, and the temperture is over 100 degree outside.
Even when the key is off with the engine cool after a few minutes? Or just a few minutes after it is turned off with the key?
Check or change your thermostat and flush the radiator with the heater running on hot as it can be. Can you see inside the radiator? If you can is the water flowing good? If it is not after you change you thermostat and it still runs hot then it is your water pump. Is it running hot?
your heater hose may have a leak or a blockage, preventing the hot water circulating. Pull off the heater hose and flush it out. Heater hose generally goes from your radiator T junction to the firewall of the vehicle. Hope this helps
First use a test light and make sure you are getting voltage to the fan with the ignition key on and the ac selector in on position.If no voltage check fuse in fusebox or (in linefuse ), If fuses are good check the fan relay switch. If all are good check for broken wire or bad ground.If you are getting voltage to the fan motor or the test light lights up then chances are you have a bad fan motor.