93 dodge stealth electric fans come on only with ac running what can be my problem

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Asked by Nov 02, 2014 at 07:58 AM about the 1993 Dodge Stealth 2 Dr STD Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

if ac is on fans come on wont come on with out ac on

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Is your engine over heating?

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If it's not over heating then this is normal operation.

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Have you checked your fan relays?

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where is it located

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is over heating i replace the radiator i check the fuses when i turn the ac on the fans come on im puzzle this car never ran hot before until now

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yes the engine is over heating

115,125

Temp sending unit or relays is most likely the issue.

115,125

That the 3L dual over head cam non turbo engine?

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I believe there are 2 temp sensors and several fan relays and a fuse. I would start by testing / bypassing them to see if the fans turn on. Here is a link to the stealth/3000gt forum with more info: http://www.3si.org/forum/f11/cooling-fan-doesnt-turn-94091/

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Might want to check temp sensor electrical connections first. Could just be a loose or corroded one causing this.

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is the single over head cam is the temp senson in the same location as the dual cam and at the bottom of the radiator by the hose there are two plug with electrical swicthes one is white the other is black what are those for 93 dodge stealth

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