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My radiator fan dose not come on. it overheats. honda civic

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Go to www.autozone.com & get a wiring diagram & a component location for the colling fan temp sensor. When the engine is hot or you turn the a/c on you should have power to the fan. If not,check the fuses under the hood,those are the mains. Write back if you need more.

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