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Old 04-17-2001, 11:05 PM
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My guess-This is only a guess-Is high resistance in the ECT (coolant temp sensor). Try jumping the 2 wires for the fan relay at the temp sensor, that will disable the fan temporarily until you can replace the temp sensor. Could be just loose or corroded sockets at the sensor as well, so check that out. If it ends up being the sensor, if you leave the jumper wire connected temporarily, remember to pull the jumper off to run the fans if the engine temp starts to rise too much.....Gilly
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