1997 Toyota Camry

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Asked by Feb 20, 2016 at 11:58 AM about the 1997 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My radiator fans are not working.

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My radiator fans won't work at all. Not even when I turn the Ac on or switch to defrost. Not sure where the relays are not which fuses are the correct ones. Can someone help

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There should be diagrams on the backside of the fuse covers. One box should be on the left side of your steering wheel and the other under the hood. The fan relays should be in the box under the hood. If fuses are good, you may need to replace the temperature sending unit.

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Yeah I seen those fuses not sure which one it is as there's a fan number one fuse fan two fuse and fan three fuse. not sure how to check if there good. Getting a electric tester and touching? As there solid black.

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Thanks for that picture. Gives me an idea what to look for as I don't know what or where that is. I'm sure I can find out though.

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Just follow the wires from the fan. Should lead you to it. If you have dual fans, one is for the A/C and one for cooling the radiator. If you want to learn how to test the relays, just look it up on youtube. Plenty of videos on the subject. You will need a multi meter. Good luck!

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Yeah I found it and found the problem. Some odd reason there was no connection to the driver side fan. But when I disconnected and reconnected wala works and the passenger side fan the motor bust. Switched and fixed. Thanks for your guys help.

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Glad to hear you fixed it without spending a ton of money!

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