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I have a 93 honda accord . the cooling fan stopped working . i tested the fans to the battery an only one worked . if one does work will it make the other one not come on?

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No, they work independently. The passenger side fan is the AC fan, and should be on anytime the AC is used. The driver's side fan is the radiator cooling fan, and is turned on by a temperature switch or by the computer when it deems the fan should be on.
If you jumpered them from the battery and one would not turn on, it would seem the fan motor is bad.

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Check the relay inside the engine compartment. It may be sticking allowing the 12v's to stay on the cooling fan. Sometime this box that contain the relays are on the passanger side.

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