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Check on the fuses if ok and its cooler fan check if both upper and lower pipes of the radiator warms up as the car heats up...if not then the thermostat is faulty.

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My 05 honda civic coupe the radiator fan not working.i changed thermostat,fan switch,relay good fan. still not working.i dont know what to do.but the motor fan is working both fan are good.


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