where is the sensor located at that starts the fans when car heats up

Asked by Jan 30, 2012 at 06:11 PM about the 2000 Chevrolet Lumina 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: General

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I got this from AutoZone... on their website, click on "Repair Info"... then follow the links, put in your vehicle info... and it will give you a list of your sensors and where they are located... there's other useful repair info there as well... also... join W-Body.com... lots of very helpful people who are W-body enthusiasts... For My Car: 1990 Chevrolet Lumina-Sedan/Coupe 3.1L MFI OHV 6cyl The Cooling Fan Switch is located: Under hood, passenger side, front engine area, mounted in lower part of radiator The Coolant Temperature Sensor is located: Under hood, center, upper engine area, driver side of intake manifold, below rear side of water outlet, mounted in intake manifold The Radiator Cooling Fan Motor Relay is located: Under hood, passenger side, front side of strut tower, mounted in relay block

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agree with above

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Iam on the high way between yuma and phoenix and my fans have went out i need a quick fix

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