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1995 3.4 v6 Camaro overheating problems

Old 05-06-2018, 06:42 PM
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1995 3.4 v6 Camaro overheating problems

I have. 1995 Camaro and have been experiencing overheating issuses, only during stop and go traffic. When I'm on the freeway it's no problem at all. I've changed my temperature coolant sensor and fan relay, I guess my next option is to switch the fan motor it's self. Would appreciate any and all suggestions
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Old 05-07-2018, 11:56 AM
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Re: 1995 3.4 v6 Camaro overheating problems

Being at speed on the freeway and the car staying cool would indicate that the cooling system is working properly, and that the issue is with the fans. Have you verified when the car is hot that the fans are actually running?
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Re: 1995 3.4 v6 Camaro overheating problems

Use free scanning software to see what the coolant temp is in the PCM, and whether the PCM is commanding the fan(s) on.

Scan9495-V6 OBD1 scan program for 3.4L F-car - ECM/PCM - Firebird Nation
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