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Cooling fan issue on 1987 honda crx si.

The cooling fan works properly during a idle warmup. while driving when i
slow down or stop for a short period the temp goes up and the cooling fan
usually dosen't come on, after i start driving again the temp returns to normal. I replaced the cooling fan switch already. Thanks r.c.

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