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Overheating fan wont engage

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  • Anonymous Apr 02, 2009

    1999 toyota camry driver side window goes down but not up



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I have that problem and it was a 20 dollar sensor that runs the fan, when it broke you car does not know how hot the engine is and the fan will not shut off. Its called the temperture sensor change that and it should be fine

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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.

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