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09-15-02, 09:49 AM   #1  
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overheating/sensors

1989 dodge daytona 2.5L engine no air or turbo car is over heating have replaced radiator,fans,thermostat,sensor for temp.gauge,still overheating i'm trying to find the fan senor switch but are unable to find it please help me locate it.thank you in advance???????????

 
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09-15-02, 01:08 PM   #2  
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Do the fans ever come on? Bring power to them with a jumper wire. If they spin, you might have a broken fusible link in their wiring.

Usually, the coolant sensor at the thermostat housing turns the fan on.

You could also have a bad water pump, which should be changed at this point. Another possiblility is a blown head gasket. Any shop can check that for you with a gas analyzer.

 
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