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Unplug it remove the 2 10mm head bolts on the top some have 2 more bolts at the bottom some just sit in there then just pull it out

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My check engine light on my 1991 honda civic dx comes on when i decelerate


Code 17 speed sensor. Does speedometer work? there is an assembly at the top right of the transmission from which a cable runs to the speedometer. A non working speedometer isn't a massive failure and you can Google how to fix it.

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you can try this, on the exhaust manifold there is a heat sensor you can replace this or take off the connection and with a small piece of electrical cable strip both ends put into the connection and that will put the fan on , if this fails then the fan itself is at fault [driver87]

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1991 honda civic, overheats, changed therostat, stiil overheats....the fan doesnt go on? already checked fuses.they are ok, do u think its realy switch for fan or just a bad fan motor...how do i find...


You should be able to test the fan motor for continuity with an ohm meter! No meter available? You can use 2 jumper wires to test the motor for a test run[be careful]. Hook up the motor straight to the battery with the connection un-plugged!See if it will run!

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the fans around the radiator should be spinning when car gets warm to high tempreture

if they are spinning check that the water pump is working

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There is a blower motor under the dash, behind glovebox. Loosen 3 retaining screws holding motor housing, drop motor housing and blower motor unit. Replace blower unit. The problem involves the blower resistor. This piece must be replaced but might be easier to replace the entire blower motor unit.

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Its the electrical part of the ignition switch.. thats pretty common for a 91 Honda

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COULD BE COOLANT SENSOR,HEAD GASKET,CHECK THE TIMING,THE PROPER MIXTURE OF COOLANT,WATER PUMP.DID YOU HAVE IT CHECKED OUT?ANY LEAKS?HEAT WORK WITH FAN?

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