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Hello people,

I am nearing insanity. I'll spare you the details but right now I would need someone with good knowledge of the gen2 V6 engine to help me ascertain the location of the two following switches (part of the cooling fan system).
If I correctly identified both, them I'm going crazy, if not then there's some hope.
Thanks !


 

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gen 1? I think you meant gen 2. And where did you get charlie from? If anyone, it would be jetspeed that would know about the v6.
 

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Uh, right, Gen2, sorry. Charlie, well, is from the children book, not a forum user (that I know of !). I guess I should rename the thread "Where is Jetspeed" :)
 

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Charlie? lol.

The one on the top radiator hose is the Fan Switch.
The one down the bottom near the thermostat is the Temp Guage Sender (1 wire).

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Hey, here he is! Speedy indeed. Thanks to phatfantom for summoning Jetspeed and the latter for the answer...

So I got half of it right. But the connector near the bottom is actually near the belt as you can see on the close-up, and has two wires, I am not sure then it is the one you are referring to.

In any case, if I got the water temp fan switch right, maybe then you know where the "A/C high pressure switch" is in that engine?
 

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Lol... for a second, I thought I was the Charlie you were referring to. :D

If you really need the help (aka Jetspeed doesn't know the answer), I can look in my manuals...

-Charlie
 

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Well, quite, I've gone through all possible causes and the last remaining is that damned A/C high pressure switch which may be defective and keeping the circuit open.
Problem is : I don't know where it is for sure. I only have a Haynes manual which doesn't say anything about it except it is in the wiring diagram.

So if you have some better source, yes, It'd be great!
 

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Charlies and non-Charlies the world around, any ideas about the position of that thrice-damned high pressure switch? I tried a Toyota used parts dealer and he had no idea whatsoever, figures. Next stop would be Toyo dealership but I have little hope - just can't afford a paying repair.
 
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