At the right temperature say 220-227F the PCM should turn the fans on Via the Relays... Both fans will run at the same time, either in low speed or high speed.. Same goes for the AC being on, The PCM will look for the head pressure, and when it come up as you have turned the AC on the PCM will then command the fans on, Usually low speed first followed by High speed..
Maymybonnieliveforevr had a similar issue.... After putting the tool on it I found the PCM was not a happy camper... But he was able to drive from Brampton( spelling ?? ) to Enfield CT with no real trouble...
We found that at 180F the PCM was still stuck in Closed loop.... That was a big issue on its own.. Among several ghost codes....
Its possible that you could be having PCM issues as well but I don't want to see you with a part you don't need.. But having a Spare is worth it..
As far as we can tell the 94-95 PCM'* are really bad in the failure department... Worse than any 87-99 Bonneville I have ever seen... I am on #3 in my 95... It was a Low milage unit too which is a good thing for me as I do not trust the 94-95 PCM as far as I could throw one... I make trips with a designated Trunk PCM...lol
Wish I was there to be able to give you a hand..
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