Question about 2003 Honda CR-V
Looking for either pictures or location of the thermostat. I believe it's time to replace since CRV is getting hot when idling. Fuses look good to fans but fans will not turn on. Thanks.
Follow lower radiator hose to the engine to the thermostat housing.
Posted on Nov 13, 2012
First of all the thermostat function is like a gate in your cooling system when it reaches its rated temperature it will open thus allowing the coolant to flow.Your electric fan job is to cool the coolant as it passes/circulate through the radiator.The quickest way to check if the fan is defective is disconnect it and directly connect power to the fan from the battery
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