I have a 1997 cutlass Oldsmobile it over heats due to the fans not kicking on can I bypass the coolant temp.sensor to get my fans working and be safe for the car

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Asked by Dec 10, 2014 at 01:05 PM about the 1997 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 4 Dr SL Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Does it still overheat at highway speed, 50+ mph? If so it's not the fans. There is plenty of air-flow the fans are not needed. And do you know for fact that the temp sensor is bad? You have hooked up a known hot wire they run? Even then it's just as much or more work to just replace the sender than by-pass it, you will have to install a switch somewhere, or have them run all the time.

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Yes it over heats before hitting the highway I've replaced the water pump the thermostat.engine coolant temperature sensor all the relays but the fans will not kick on

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I've un plugged the temp sensor and snipped the green wire on the temp sensor fans kicked on

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Not to mention the brand new radiator

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