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As far as your fan/ sensor is concerned, once the sytem is filled properly, you can run the engine and heater for a little while and see if the fan kicks Is this it? Expert: proautotech replied4 years ago. Realised the fan was not working that’s why the car was overheating.I’ve got a spare corolla, which I use for spares so swapped the fan and fuses round still %$(ing overheating If this doesn't get you hot air with the heater on full blast, then you probably need a new water pump which is a much bigger problem. http://ariseoo.com/radiator-fan/car-radiator-fan-not-working.html

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Toyota Corolla 2003 Radiator Fan Not Working

danielsatur01-07-2010, 07:54 PMThe fan is only going to turn on at a certain temp, it's winter! Sign in Transcript Statistics 31,648 views 39 Like this video? CarGurus has 98,120 nationwide Camry listings starting at $999.

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The Engine Main Relay (7) energizes when the ignition is in ON position. When the engine is cold, the Engine Cooling Fan switch (10) is closed. Make sure you replaced the correct one. 2005 Toyota Corolla Radiator Fan Not Working Need Help Now?

If any of the subsystems inside the IRCM module have failed, the whole module must be replaced. Toyota Corolla Radiator Fan Always On Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... The problem is the two fan motors pull so much amperage that they rob voltage from the clutch. WiringHarness 311,850 views 5:26 Electrical Troubleshooting Basics - EricTheCarGuy - Duration: 29:53.

The green Relay (the one the guy is calling a "Condensator" ROFL) is the Radiator Cooling Fan Relay (8) and the Grey relay on the top right is the Engine Main Toyota Camry Radiator Fans Always On If there IS voltage but you do not feel a strong click (but there is a weak click) then the relay contacts are welded together by arc-current. The cure may be to require the clutch circuit by adding a new relay so the clutch can have its own dedicated power circuit. This feature is not available right now.

Toyota Corolla Radiator Fan Always On

Automotive Basics 1,517,086 views 6:10 Radiator Coolant Fan Turn On Voltage - Duration: 10:19. As we all know there's a big difference in their prices for other parts. Toyota Corolla 2003 Radiator Fan Not Working temperature gauge 5. Toyota Fan Relay Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading...

Mark helpful 1,165 Report Sarge_AZ answered 2 years ago I don't think his temp has a wire and what if he cannot locate his othe fan? 2 out of 2 people this contact form One symptom here of a failed module is a car that cranks but won't start because the fuel pump isn't getting any power through its relay. Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Posted October 20, 2004 My own experiance of the Corolla GTi is that it takes a very long time (even when stuck in traffic, on a summers day) for the fan 1997 Toyota Corolla Radiator Fan Not Working

they could have done this because maybe the other fan is broken (my corolla has two fans). The controller is supposed to switch on both fans when the compressor clutch is engaged. Today 07:36 PM by Blackness 5 Make A Camry Great Again... have a peek here Signed: Father with daughter attending school in another state...Yay! 5 out of 5 people think this is helpful.

Once the HG is gone, you're generating air into the water jacket, which causes more problems... Toyota Camry Radiator Fans Not Working here CLICK HERE Ask Your Own Toyota Question Customer: replied4 years ago. I checked the ones in the engine compartment, are there more in the cab that I should check? Expert: proautotech replied4 years ago.

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proautotech is online now Toyota Corolla: The cooling fan is not turning on. Test the fan switch, and make sure there is sufficient coolant flow around the switch. My first thought was the temp sensor, because my fan is working good I can tell because if I disconnect the radiator fan switch ( the one close to the temp http://ariseoo.com/radiator-fan/how-to-check-if-radiator-fan-is-working.html Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video?

Today 07:28 PM by DjAnnexAlpha 17 09 corolla fog light... Scotty Kilmer 4,978,768 views 4:34 Loading more suggestions... Tomorrow I will check there to see if we are getting a signal. If you hear something rattling inside, the relay armature is probably broken.

Years 1991 to 2002 - Duration: 3:41. Yes the ECU fuses are inside the cab. Ask Your Own Toyota Question Customer: replied4 years ago. Add your comment to this topic! Login|Contact Us Toyota Toyota Repair Problems?

These vehicles use two relays (low fan and high fan), and two fans. I would start by replacing the engine coolant temperature sensor and testing the relays. Three fuses in the power distribution box protect these circuits. The problem here is the cooling fan circuit uses a radio frequency filter mounted on radiator fan shroud.

Let us know what happens!!!! 4 out of 4 people think this is helpful. Add to Want to watch this again later? These use a solid state relay for the cooling fans, and the relays tend to overheat and fail. Sign in 201 303 Don't like this video?

evil03mustang04-20-2010, 09:49 AMI have the opposite problem...