My cooling fans do not activate

Asked by Apr 11, 2018 at 03:02 PM about the 2000 Toyota Camry Solara

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Replaced radiator and cap, thermostat, thermo sensor at radiator borrom and
also ect switch. Relays check out fine. Still no fan will turn on. 2000 Toyota
Solara...

5 Answers

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Is the fuse OK?

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You car has to reach a certain temp b4 fans kick on

The fuses seem to be OK. There is Fan 1 and 2 and 3 and they all seem to work fine.

It did reach a certain temp. Then the radiator burst....the fans do not turn on no matter how hot it gets in there..

I discovered the sending unit right next to the green coolant temp switch which I replaced. It looks black and corroded and generally worn out. I wriggled the connector to it and yes, the fans activated! However, it is now back to its old self after a test drive. I need to replace this switch right next to the ect unit but what do I call it?

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