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2008 Solara v6 Fan - where does this last plug go?`

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Old 02-17-2019, 11:38 AM
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Default 2008 Solara v6 Fan - where does this last plug go?`

I am 99.9% done changing the radiator thermostat, I have one plug left.

This is near the battery, where does it go???? This is on the right side facing car on the fan, shoots out 4 different ways, one to the fan, one to power, other one connects right next to it, and then this sits here.

It has a bend and an attachment so I thought it would go near where the first oxygen senor plugs in, but I am sitting here lost.

Thanks for your help?


 
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What color wires and how many?
 
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Black and White
 
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Nothing on black/white wired plug.

You removed said plug from something but can't remember what?

The 4 way split off for the wiring harness looks like its was modified. Do the plug wires look like factory wire cable or something aftermarket.

You connected the cables for the radiator control unit and the temp switch on the radiator.

The air cleaner box has a temp sensor.

Might try Toyotanation in the Camry/Solara section.
 
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Originally Posted by toyomoho View Post
Nothing on black/white wired plug.

You removed said plug from something but can't remember what?

The 4 way split off for the wiring harness looks like its was modified. Do the plug wires look like factory wire cable or something aftermarket.

You connected the cables for the radiator control unit and the temp switch on the radiator.

The air cleaner box has a temp sensor.

Might try Toyotanation in the Camry/Solara section.
I did not think of the air cleaner box it seems impractical. The fans kicked on at the right time and it looks extremely factory. I will try there thanks

 
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Old 02-19-2019, 05:52 PM
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Any of these?
Junction box connection.
Wireless door lock buzzer.
Horn (there are two)
Hood switch.
Ambient air temp switch.
 
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Old 02-20-2019, 01:37 PM
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Originally Posted by toyomoho View Post
Any of these?
Junction box connection.
Wireless door lock buzzer.
Horn (there are two)
Hood switch.
Ambient air temp switch.
Def not horn, I did not know there was a hood switch, where would the connector of that be?

Also where would the junction box connection be? This has a preperecribed bend and a clip in fitting into an opening

I did not check the ambient air, I would imagine if it's that plug it won't tell me temperature?
 
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Old 02-21-2019, 10:23 AM
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Engine hood (if equipped-check owners manual) is on the drivers side of midpoint of radiator.

Junction connection is behind drivers headlight, closest to side fender.

Yes if temp gauge unplugged then no temp indication.

Note the Solara is a mix of Solara and Camry. The engine is even different the Camry's.
 
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