I have a 93 Acura Integra GS and none of the fan settings are working so there's no air coming out of my vents, and when i try to see if they're working out of sheer luck that they might a bad smelling smoke starts coming out of all the vents
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check the fan relays on the sides of the radiator. Check for right amount of antifreeze in radiator. Change the Thermostat (it's a pain to remove it, so you might as well change it with a new one). The driver's side radiator cooling fan should always work, and turns on-off according to engine temp. The passenger-side radiator cooling fan ONLY comes on when the A/C is running. IF it doesn't come on when the A/C is on, check the operation of the Blower motor (blows air out of your A/C vents). IF it doesn't work, check the Blower Motor RESISTOR (mounted inside the Blower Motor housing). See picture - RESISTOR is #5. Acura Parts AcuraOEMparts com Genuine Acura OEM Parts from Delray Acura
sounds like the temp relay has gone out. i had simular problem with a 944 , but my trouble was just the oppisite, the fan wouldn't shut off.anyway i replaced the fan temp sencer and it fixed the problem
1. Make sure your coolant is at the proper level in the overflow tanks as well as in the radiator. 2. Make sure the cooling fan is working properly (note as a quick check, turn on the A/C. It should come on with the A/C on regardless of engine temp). When the car is stationary your radiator relies on the electric fan to move air through it. When you are moving air passes through without the need of a fan.
Check all your fuses.( you probably did, but do it again, one at a time) it seems like your control pannel is not getting power. See what wire is the power for the control pannel and bypass it with a jumper wire, giving it power and see if the blower works. Be careful though, make sure you find the correct wire that powers the control, or else you'll burn the control.