Question about 1992 Honda Accord
My 92 honda accord wagon tries to overheat when stopped in traffic **** cools down once I am going 35 mph, it also now tries to stall out when I start it, and then go or if I take off from a stop to fast
The cooling fan isn't comeing on.....either the fan is bad or the temp censor that controls the fan.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
Check the fuse and relay for the cooling fan before it overheats again so you don't blow the head gasket on the motor. After you replace the fuse/relay let it idle keeping an eye on the temperature gauge, make sure as it reaches a little over half way the cooling fan should come on. If it does'nt then your coolant temp sensor may be at fault. Good luck and be safe.
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