Question about 1989 Honda Civic
Hi there. It sounds like your cooling fan and/or electrics associated with it might not be working correctly. Perhaps the reason for the engine light coming on is that your engine temperature is too high as a direct result of the cooling fan not working properly. If after starting the engine you don’t see, or hear the radiator cooling fan working, this is the most likely cause of the engine overheating. You then need to have either a Dealer or Service Center identify why the cooling fan is not working – wiring/connections, fuse, sensor or fan motor. Hope this helps, Scottech.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Check under the passenger side carpet up towards the front with the key in position 2 and count the flashes several times starting every time it pauses. Then either repost the number(s) of flashes or look it up yourself. I have the manual for this car that has the code causes in it . If you can't find it yourself then I will look it up for you.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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