1993 toyota camiry SE 2.2. theres 2 cooling fans.

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Asked by Jan 16, 2013 at 07:57 PM about the Toyota Camry

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My 1993 toyota camiry 2.2 motor has 2 cooling fans on the radiator  . the problem is they continuesly run. even
when the engine is off.  Even when the motor is cold. Both fans come on when you turn on the key. Thermo
tempersure fan switch is new.    i  just replaced it.  what is the problem with the fans running continusley

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Is the check engine light on? Is the A/C on?

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ok there is a sensor inside the engine compartment toward the bottom of the radiator, if that is unplugged or that sensor is bad it will stay on anytime the key switch is on. make sure that is plugged in and that the sensor switch is good.

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