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KarleeB

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About 2 weeks ago, my 7th gen toyota Celica overheated. I replaced the heater core, the thermostat, the engine coolant sensor and even the radiator itself. My heat worked last week and the only blew cold air through the vent inside the car, but we fixed it today thankfully. But on the downside, while trying to bleed the radiator, the fan won’t kick on. I’ve had it idle for a while waiting for the fan to kick on and nothing happened. I’ve done everything. Please help! 

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Have you replaced the coolant temp sensor. This controls the fan on or off. When the car is at normal running temp if you unplug it and the fan starts then it's more than likely to be tbat

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