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Oturum aç 96 Yükleniyor... Josh Landrum Untamed Imports www.myspace.com/untamedimports Also Check Out This Thread..... I already replaced it in the winter when it was stuck open, perhaps now it's stuck closed? I thought you checked the relay and said it was good? (May 18, 9:12 message) Did you check the correct one? Source

i checked the blue wire it is heading to the fan it was not hot with the ignition switch on. If so, it is the one labeled "radiator fan relay" It is in illustration # XXXXX Click here! so i posted my problem, and i was told to replace the thermostat. Max is offline Quote Quick Reply post #15 of 16 Old 02-12-06, 05:37 PM Thread Starter bikermark1 Registered User Join Date: Aug 2005 Age: 53 Posts: 3 UPDATE: If

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Unplug the radiator fan relay and turn the ignition on. Edub AW Lounge 21 10-11-03 01:58 PM money coming way.. Just repost what you come up with and one of use will be here to follow up for you.

Power provided by fuse #57 (20 Amp) of the under-hood fuse box (see image 3 of 4). It is under the passenger side dash. this is why the car overheats. 2002 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Not Working vg_Ace, Sep 11, 2008 vg_Ace, Sep 11, 2008 #1 avelinolee New Member Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 Joined: Sep 10, 2008 vg_Ace said: ↑ So while I am driving around town

A/C side of system works fine, both fans come on when A/C is on, thus assuming relays are functioning. Honda Accord Cooling Fan Not Working Acura Forum : Acura Forums > Luxury Coupe / Hatchback > Integra > Radiator Fan not coming on when hot. Learn More. Originally Posted by 95LSv Do you guys think it could be the radiator fan control module?

he is way better at this stuff. Honda Odyssey Radiator Fan Not Working it is grounded with or without switch on.i am checking the relay in rear. So far I have: -replaced the radiator fan relay -recently replaced main relay due to another problem -replaced the fan switch -checked all fuses and they are in good condition So But yeah, when my car is up to temp, the fan won't come on at all and as mentioned, even with my A/C on all the time, forcing the fan on,

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If there is no power look for relays. TEST 4: Bench Testing the Radiator Fan Relay. < Prev 1 2 3 Applies To: Honda Vehicles: Accord 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 2.2L, 2.3L How to Test: The Ignition Switch 2003 Honda Civic Cooling Fan Not Working So you wont over heat your car. Honda Civic Ac Fan Not Working do they just pull out?

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TEST 1: Checking the Radiator Fan Relay Power Circuits. How do i diagnose this? peace ludevtec4thgen is offline Quote Quick Reply post #8 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-18-2006, 10:22 PM UntamedImports Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2005 Location: , OR Posts: 121 Feedback have a peek here Forget about the HVAC controls while you diagnose this issue, they don't really affect the cooling of your motor enough to cause the problems your having.

Remove it to test ...here is how Click here! Radiator Fan Not Coming On ok i will do that at lunch today thanks . Reply Page 1 of 2 1 2 Tweet LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-10-06, 05:44 PM Thread Starter bikermark1 Registered User Join

i did that and the problem didnt go away.

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so now i was lost about why this could happen. 2 this last weekend i switched out my timing belt at the same time i replaced the water pump where i My girlfriend refuses, but i've always been afraid of pulling out a fudge sicle. - zma21 Reply With Quote 12-20-07,05:39 AM #11 95LSv View Profile View Forum Posts Banded Join Date isn't there a way to just test it? http://swusf.org/fan-not/honda-del-sol-radiator-fan-not-working.html let us know if u have anymore questions....

This is a test for the A/C diode. My girlfriend refuses, but i've always been afraid of pulling out a fudge sicle. - zma21 Reply With Quote 12-13-07,04:34 PM #2 2001TEGGSR View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join However the condenser fan turns on like the radiator fan should... The Basics of the Radiator Fan Relay The radiator fan relay is located in the under-hood fuse box (see the illustrations in the image viewer).

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