I own a 1991 camaro.305-v8 tune port injected. I have replaced my coolant temp sensor, my water pump, my fan relay, tracked the wires from the fan to the relay. The black ground is grounded, the red & black stripe wire is in tact and leads to the relay. I tested the fan motor to make sure it wasnt burned up and it powers on just fine.I checked the fuses and they all intact. My radiator cap is good, the radiator is fairly new, I did a coolant flush recently. Replaced the thermostat also, the thermostat is the correct one being engraved to 195 degrees or 192. But when the dash temp gage reads 220 still no fan turning on. 230,240 etc. If I let it run it will red zone. But I dont let it go that far. Ive tried everything I can think of. My camaro does not have a fan switch. The coolant temp sensor acts as the fan switch. With a pig tail having two wires on it. A black wire and appears to be a white if not baige wire. Also these wires seem to be in tact.I dont feel that hot wiring my fan to stay on the whole time I drive will solve this issue. I think a cool running engine will burn more fuel. Im out of options. Some one I know said it might be my cars computer. Well might be isnt a it is. The dealer does not return those and for around 250 bucks I cant guess. I like a challenge but its now a headache not a challenge.
Sunday, July 15th, 2007 AT 5:55 PM