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Overheating issue

Old 01-31-2017, 09:16 AM
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Default Overheating issue

Hello everyone!
This is my first post and not my last! happy to be here.

But i am having an issue.

My car is a 1997 Camry 2.2L

My vehicle keeps overheating.

The vehicle will not engage fans when the A/C is not on and start to overheat and burn my coolant.

i checked the switchs, relays, and fuses and they are working correctly. I have changed out the thermostat, and both the sensors.
I have done more but i cannot think of it atm, work in my brain.

Yet still the same issue. I have no idea what i am missing. Any ideas?
Old 01-31-2017, 02:13 PM
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Location: Ipswich QLD australia
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your car just wants to be different
the model does have cooling fan glitches
on some camrys the engine bay fans keep running and dont stop

air con fan only comes on with air con will not operate
if system is out of or low on gas or compressor clutch will not click in

test the engine cooling fan
12 volts and an earth to the fan motor direct ..see if it is spinning fast enough

did you open the heater when refilling the coolant to bleed all air out
soft or old hoses can collapse on them selves restricting coolant flow
do you suspect a blown head gasket ?

PDF]SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS 2.2L, Cooling Fan Circuit - Diakom-Auto

Last edited by dirty hands; 01-31-2017 at 02:19 PM.
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