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Old 06-28-2004, 01:50 PM   #1
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I have a 1991 Honda Accord and the coolng fan doesnt run...It runs when I connect it directly to the battery, so I know the motor is fine...I thought it may be the brown sensor near the thermostat so I changed it, and still no work.. I've checked the fuses and its fine... The cooling fan does work if the A/C button is turned on, but then it shuts off after 30 seconds...ANy Ideas..


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check your 'fan switch' its like a sensor.. should be in a housing connected to your intake radiator hose.. it has a plastic tip sticking out with 2 plugs.. try replacing it.
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check your 'fan switch' its like a sensor.. should be in a housing connected to your intake radiator hose.. it has a plastic tip sticking out with 2 plugs.. try replacing it.
well that didnt work...i think i pulled the A/C one...any1 have any diagrams?...whatelse could be the problem
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http://members.troublecodes.ne...h.jpg
Here's the schematic of the fans, you might want to enlarge it.
I might also say you should be sure the coolant is full and the block burped via the 12mm bleed screw at the T-stat housing.
This problem can also be caused by the fan timer unit located against the interior firewall drivers side, left of the steering column. So here's 2 more links to test that.
http://members.troublecodes.ne...2.gif
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How did you fixed you fan problem
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Hi,can you please tell me how did you fix your fan problem
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Hi,can you please tell me how did you fix your fan problem
He probably fixed them by not bumping a nine year old thread.
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