Question about 1992 Honda Accord
There should be 2 fans on this vehicle. the small one is the Condenser fan, the larger one is the Radiator fan. (in case you need to replace one)
When the vehicle is warmed up fully, both fans should come on at the same time. If not most likely is simply the fan motor that has gone open.(very common to happen) To test, start the vehicle and warm up when the other cooling fan comes on then check the power at the connector with a test light. (should be a 2 wire plug leading to the center part of the motor. Check the harness side not the fan motor side part of the connector for power. Check both wires at once) You may need help with this part.
If it has power, you need a motor. If not there's something else that's the problem. Thats get's more complicated. Check the relay by swapping the two cooling fan relays and retest to see if the problem moves to the other fan verifying a failed relay. If that doesn't solve the situation, you have a electrical fault in the vehicle.
Good luck and I hope this helped.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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