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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check out clarks-garage.com he has a complete troubleshooting guide for your cooling system along with a schematic. In short, check the low speed resistor on the firewall. Should be around one ohm.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
when it's on 'auto', the fan adjusts according to the temp in the car and the temp setting you have it set at. try setting the auto temp control down to 65, then hit the "-" one more time to send it to "LO" - the fan should automatically jump up to max.
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
Most likely a bad catalytic converter will trigger this symptom, especially if your find you have to push more on the gas pedal to maintain hiway speed. One other possible problem can be a bad/dirty fuel injector pouring an excessive amount of gas into the cylinder(s). Get your self a couple of bottles of chevron techron concentrate and put it into the gas tank fill it up and let the tank run to almost 1/8 full before you refill this will aid in cleaning the injectors.
Posted on Dec 26, 2015
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