[DML] Re:Cooling Fans
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[DML] Re:Cooling Fans

Sounds to me like it could be a bad otterstat (AKA
Cooling Fan Switch.) #65 in the following diagram
(Part #100816) 


It's located in a coolant pipe in the engine
compartment on the driver's side. You can get access
to it from underneath the car. There are two leads
that run to this switch that can easily be
disconnected. Try disconnecting one of the leads and
seeing if the fans stop. I'm willing to bet this is
the source of the trouble. John Hervey sells two
different types to satisfy your cooling needs.


Also, make sure you're not starting the car with the
AC on, the fans will then always kick on with the car
to cool the AC condenser.

VIN 2234

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