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Honda Accord 1995 temp sensor

Where is the temp sensor that turns cooling fan on. Both the AC and the cooling fan comes on when you turn on the AC. But the cooling fan does not operate on its on, just changed the waterpump, thrmostat and belts because it was leeking too. Fan stop working then heater hose broke, changed that but no fan then waterpump started leaking so changed that too but fan still not working. Which sensor should i change one by thermostat housing or the one by waterpump outlet?

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  • joshkoki Feb 18, 2009

    The fan just stopped working on it own, it would click on when you shut the car off or if it started to heat up but it stopped working we ran it hot broke the heater hose changed that then got leakage from the waterpump housing, changed that and thermostat and the belts. Fan still won't work unless we turn on the AC then both fans come on. One of the sensors are not telling the fan to switch on.



    Is it the sensor in by the thermostat housing? Theres another one by the waterpump housing. don't want to get the wrong one.



    Thanks

  • joshkoki Feb 18, 2009

    hotrod , I cant see the image you posted. do you have a link?



    Thanks

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    IT IS IN THE T-STAT HOSING.

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