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Why is the radiator fan still running after turning it off in Honda acored 94

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The fan can run after the engine is off, this is normal

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My 94 Honda Civic runs hot but only during hot weather. Fan runs it has a new thermostat in it an everything.


Start the vehicle and bring it to operating temperature,then shut it down take the key out and with care use your hand and feel for cold spots on the radiator,your radiator can be plugged,The civic has two type of radiator that calls for your car, I assume you have the correct one installed. under your car is a spoiler is that spoiler installed, the reason I ask when the vehicle is in motion it creates a under draft not only does it create a vacuum it helps in the cooling fan when the spoiler is not on vehicles run hot on freeways and not in the city.Also there is a ground wire that goes from the frame to the valve cover is it installed,belive it or not it creates mysterious overheating so inspect for that ground.

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2002 Honda Civic...The car is overheating randomly. Replaced the thermostat,and fan relays. Car runs fine and then randomly overheats with gauge going way up and then sometimes coming down.Overheating and...


RADIATOR COOLING FAN NOT RUNNING COULD BE BAD ENGINE.COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR IS FAULTY IF COOLING FAN IS NOT TURNING ON AT SET TEMPERATURE OF 196 TO 203 DEGRESS.CHECK SEE COOLING FAN RUNNING WHEN ENGINE RUNNING HOT.IF YES FLUSH RADIATOR , FLUSH ENGINE BLOCK, HEATER CORE,REPLACE RADIATOR CAP.MAKE SURE YOU HAVE 50/50 ANTIFREEZE AND WATER IN THE COOLANT SYSTEM.CHECK WATER PUMP WEEP HOLE IF LEAKING REPLACE WATER PUMP. IF COOLANT FAN DONT TURN ON 196 TO 203 DEGREES, YOU HAVE FAULTY COOLING FAN,SHORT IN FAN WIRING OR ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR FAULTY.IGNITION TIMING WILL CAUSE ENGINE TO OVER HEAT.

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Changed radiator on94 honda civic now car


verify the plug of the fan and the fan switch located in termostat housing, if all are pluged in remove the conector of fan switch and short it with little piece of cable, if fan turn on replace the switch! it cost around $20. if the fan no turn on when short the conector verify if the fan conector have 12v if have it changer the fan motor if not check the fuse.

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sounds like the engine coolant temperature sensor.

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1991 honda left side radiator fans runs longer than right side after engine turned off, solution?


hey, i responded to your other posting, you are correct that one fan is for a/c, one for regular engine cooling, it is normal for the radiator fan to run for 2 minutes after car is shut off. I believe the a/c fan only runs when a/c is on, so I don't believe it's a problem, unless it isn't running at all. Is the car running hot or overheating? If not, it sounds normal.

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Radiator fan on my 1994 toyota camry


there are actually 3 temp sensors. 1 is on the top of the engine that goes to temp gauge in dash has 1 wire. next to it is a 3 wire sensor for engine control and choke. on the bottom of the radiator next to the hose is a 2 wire sensor. loosen all 3 but leave connected. get engine hot past halfway point on dash gauge. with ac off disconnect 1 sensor at time. start with 2 wire under radiator. it takes the most abuse. fan will come on when you disconnect broken sensor. 2sensor must agree for fan to stay on till engine cools when turned off. note this is solution i used after verifying fuses, fuseable links and relays worked.WOO HOO! make sure you check both the fuse box under hood and fuse boxleft side of steering wheel my ECU fuse was inside my bros was outside.ECU B on my car goes to nothing and is under hood. Had it confused with ECU on wiring diagram.DOH!

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Coolant doesn't heat up!


the temp sensor just tells you the temp of the coolant and it controlls the coolant fan to turn on and off at a certain temperature........have you check for coolant leeaks???

Nov 23, 2008 | 1994 Honda Accord

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biggest problem with the hondas is they have a bad cooling system, they tend to corrode the fins of the water pump due to the reaction between the full alloy block and the coolant. you should start there then the fan switch and radiator and thermostat.

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