MY 1992 CORSICAS' IS LOCATED ON THE FIREWALL SIDE OF THE ENGINE SLIGHTLY BELOW THE EGR VALVE ASSEMBLYAnswerIt's in the Thermostat housing, it's the same as the sending unit for the temperature guage. ANSWERThe sensor that controls the fan, by sending the ECM data, is the one located below the thermostat. The sensor on the firewall side, in the head, below the EGR, is the sender for the car's temperature gauge. They are NOT the same. If you don't believe me, go price them at the parts store. If you're having trouble with overheating, it could also be the ECM, or the fan relay (on the firewall of the car), or the fan motor. Grounding the top right two connectors of the ALDL while the car switch is on but the car is NOT started, should cause the fan to run, telling you the basic circuit, the motor, and the relay work.
The fan switch, on your 1986 Chevy, is located on the fan of. The switch will have three wires going to it, from the temperature sensor.
The coolant fan sensor is the same as the sensor that shows the coolant temperature on the dash gauge. It is located on the intake manifold.
The 1994 Chevy Corsica fan relay switch is located beneath the passenger side dashboard. The fan relay switch should be labeled as such.
FIRE WALL SIDE OF ENGINE, A LITTLE UNDER THE EGR VALVE. T HEMPLE
the temp sensor is on the thermostadt but it doesnt control the rad fan. you're thinking about the rad fan switch which is in one of the fenders by the firewall or right on the rad support.
location of the fan relay switch on a 1989 Chevy Corsica
on the left side of the motor by the spark plugs
Where is the location of the cooling fan sensor on a 2002 Chevy Trailblazer? Also what is the 800 number for Chevy?
The fan connects to a temperature sensor, unless it's been bypassed. This sensor should be checked first.
Water may leak through a fan box on a Chevy Corsica if the water pump has broken. Another cause may be that debris clogged one of the drain holes.
on the right of your PC valve Where is the PC valve?
If the coolant fan does not operate on a Chevy Corsica, it is likely that a fuse is out. There could also be a mechanical defect in the fan or wiring.
Well knowing these trucks as I do you must determine if it is really the temperature sensor that is gone out or if it is the thermostat, water pump, fan clutch or stepper motor in the cluster.
There is a sensor on most modern cars which turns on the fan when the coolant temperature reaches a certain value. If this sensor is bad, the fan may run continously.
coolant fan temp sensor 1998 crown victoria
The temperature sensor activate the fan. Unless it was hot wire by a back yard mechanic.
were is the cooling fan sensor located on a Chevy malabu 2002 3.1L
To check the fan sensor on a 98 escort with the key on disconnect the electrical connector to the temperature sesnor. If the fan come on the sensor is all right.
on mine i just changed the o2 sensor located in the front by fan
A coolant system temperature sensor controls it. : CHILTON calls it the cylinder head temperature sensor. Some after market manufacturers call it the coolant temperature sensor. These are equivalent.
The coolant fan switch is located close to the thermostat.
The 1991 Toyota Corolla cooling fan will stay on all the time if the temperature sensor is malfunctioning. Replace the temperature sensor.
Vehicle running hot? and fan trying to cool it down Bad temperature sensor?
Because if the sensor temperature part is defective it will automatically turn on the fan all the time. If you unplug the temperature sensor in the cooling system the fan will automatically come on. You need to replace the temperature sensor that goes to the Powertrain Control Module (computer).