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Where is the fan thermostat/senor switch located?

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  • sandoo_00 Nov 17, 2009

    Thanks alot i'll let my uncle know

    His trying to find the switch on a 1988 integra honda SX16 though 1988.

    Cheers

  • sandoo_00 Nov 17, 2009

    Thanks alot i'll let my uncle know

    His trying to find the switch on a 1988 integra honda SX16 though 1988.

    Cheers

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If it isn't down the side of the radiator it could well be the type that runs off the engine management temp sensor making the fans controlled by the ECU, these are located within a 4" radius of where the top hose meets the engine (normally thermostat housing) and normally are just a 2-pin connector.

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