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AC blowing HOT!! OVERHEATING Engine Radiator FAN motor Toyota Matrix Corolla √ Fix it Angel

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Friend says the car was overheating and the AC would not blow cold. The AC compressor clutch will not engage so it does not put more load on an already overheating engine. And the car had misfire codes causing a rough idle.

I put jumper wires on the radiator fan motor and direct power to it with my battery jump starter. The motor was burnt out and replaced it with a new aftermarket motor for $115 from a local auto parts store. A new Toyota OEM fan motor cost $380!!

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