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Coolant flow and exhuast fan

Ok, i replaced the temp switches and water pump on my 91 accord dx but when i run the car the top of the radiator gets hot but the bottom doesnt, also my fan doesnt turn on when my radiator does get hot. It's been doing this since i got the car and i also replaced the fan being the old one melted off the shroud. I also replaced the relay so im really stuck on this one. If anyone has a solution to this problem i can get my car on the road finally lol.. Please resond asap. Thanks!

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  • jphilippimcc Dec 06, 2008

    wut do you mean by [stuck closed thermastat or plugged radiator?

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Leave the radiator cap off till it reaches operating temperture,check for bubbles in coolant,if you have bubbles [bad head gasket] or check for the coolant curculating,if not curculating [stuck closed thermasat or plugged radiator

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  • yard3 Dec 07, 2008

    what i mean by stuck closed thermstat is the thermstat is not opening at operating temperature. a plugged radiator is blocked by a build up of sludge or corrsion,either one of those problems will stop the flow of coolant threw the radiator. YARD3

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