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Do you have a come along? Tie the car between a couple trees and start cranking carefully.
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cannot find cooling fan relay
check the owers manual for location usualy in the main electrical box under the hood. they are just a pull out plug with 4 prongs some times 5 pull straight back youll b fine
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Most likely you have a bad thermostat is stuck and not letting coolant to flow to your radiator. check your coolant level if is normal replace the thermostat NOTE: if you live air pockets on your cooling system then also cause to over head when adding new coolant open the bleeder valve if you cant find it just add coolant whit the engine running when the new thermostat open will release the air pocket and you will see a sudden drop of you coolant level, then add more on till the radiator is full again. never drive your car for long is your engine is over heating that will cause a blown head gasket and mayor repairs. if your on the street and just notice than your car is over heating turn your A/C off set it on heating maximum fan max heat and of coarse roll down all your windows. it be real hot for you but that will save your engine. the heater core on your car is like a baby radiator and bypass the engine thermostat that will help to cooled down a lot . hope this help you and good luck.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
I found that for some reason if you start your car and then remove and reinstall the hi and low relays that the fans work. I have done this numerous times on my 1995 lhs. I thought that my fans were defective until by chance checked the relays which engine was running.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: 2002 civic ex overheating
with your description it sounds like your fans are not coming on, also sounds like the problem was never solved, sounds like you threw a lot of money at your problem also... check to see if the fans are coming on at the right times, seems like a n air movement over the radiator since you say it only gets hot in stop and go traffic... well when your driving at a constant highway speed guess what you have air movement through the radiator... check also a clogged ac condensor with bugs, pressure wash it out so the air can pass through it easily... please rate my help thanks
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
The easiest way is to partially remove the wheel house liner and stick your hand through there. There should be some push clips that you can remove with a small regular screwdriver. Pull out the center part and then remove the whole push clip. At this point you can pull down on the plastic liner and reach through to the light socket.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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