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Radiator fans not working .how do i know what to check and where on a 1999 honda accord ex

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First thing to do is put multimeter in fan connector and check for voltage coming into fan through wire connector. If there is power chances are the electric fan motor in fan is shot. TRY STARTING FAN MANUALLY BY SPINNING THE FAN IF IT PICKS UP AND RUNS YOU NEED NEW FAN MOTOR

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First check connection to the fan assembly, than fuses, if its a fuse look for trauma in the wiring leading to the fan.

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