radiator fan not working

Asked by Jul 19, 2014 at 02:22 PM about the 1999 Toyota Camry XLE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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First check the basics. Your fuses. Then try the fan relays. If those seem to be ok, run a hot wire to the fan and see if it will turn on. That way you will know if the fan motor has fried or not. If fan turns on, replace the radiator temp sensor.

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Take the wire off the temp and ground it the fan schould come on if not replace switch then not come on replace relay as we'll The ac fan schould turn on the othe fan if not replace relay easy fix Have a great day

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I don't think his temp has a wire and what if he cannot locate his othe fan?

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Which fan. Lh fan engine pull wire off switch ground it if fan comes on the relay is bad if not replace switch the other fan schould come on if ac is turned on come on automaticly

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