Question about 1987 Honda Accord
Try to power up the fan directly with 12 volt battery power. If it works, the problem is likely the temperature sensor in the radiator. If it doesn't work, the fan motor is likely burnt out
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
The first thing you should do, is to change the thermostat. It's inexpensive, and relatively simple to carry out the replacement.
Also make sure that the cooling system is in full working order.
These baby's had a habit of blowing the cooling system, so check for leaks.
If neccesary, have it pressure tested, to pin-point the problem.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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are many possibilities for car overheating.
thermostat clogged radiator/plugged radiator, radiator hose worn out. Coolant
running low. Low coolant pressure. Faulty temperate sensor.
suggest you to go through the troubleshooting details mentioned in the link
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