Question about Honda Civic
Check your relays and or fuses that go to your fan or fans ...also make sure you check your fans connections ...something in the wires can be faulty
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
Testimonial: "jump the 2 wires on the temp. switch conector and the fan runs fine. I purchased the coolant temp. sending unit at advance, and when I got home the receipt called it a radiator fan switch? looked just like the one I pulled out with just 1 wire, right under the distributor. I thought the coolant temp. switch was on the back side of engine by thermostat."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can remove the thermostat and put in a pot of water and boil it.(should open near the stamped temp on yours, 195f) From what you have posted, ti seems that you have a partially obstructed radiator core and at present, it's just bad enough for the electric fan to deal with it. (you can actually see that the temperature fluctuations happen when the fan is on and off) If you do not clean out the radiator, eventually the fan will not be enough to lower the temp and it will begin to actually go into overheat.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
I'm not certain if this engine has coolant bleeder valves, but if it does, make sure there aren't any pockets, particularly around the sending unit. Something is fooling the computer into thinking that things are really, really hot.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
SOURCE: i have a 1997 camaro
ok eric. go purchase you a test lite and i will walk you through this repair, its not a big deal, dont throw anymore more money at this car. let me know if you have a test light and if you still need help.
Posted on May 05, 2011
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