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Accord with 2.2 runs a little on the warm side and i noticed today only 1 of the 2 fans behind radiator seem to work would this cause engine to overheat

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What is a lil warm did engine overheat light come on? 2 fans 1 likely works with a/c. if good themostat done.ASAP

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Second, are you saying the engine is boiling over into the overflow tank and onto the ground ? Is the tank about half full when the engine is cold ?
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The relay (behind the grill) works in conjunction with the coolant temperature sensor, the A/C high pressure switch, the transmission temperature sender and the PCM. This relay will run the fans from 30% to 99% of full speed based on the signal coming from the PCM. This is all according to the official Chrysler shop manuals that I have for my 2005 Town and Country van.

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1 fan does not come on, what is the problem?

You mean radiator fan? Usually cars with 2 fans only run on one of em until a greater load is put on the engine or it gets warm.

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When you shut off the engine the overflow jug bubbles,i've already replaceds the head gasket and it doesn't seem too be overheating and it doesn't do it when its running?

You could have an airlock still in the system. Run the vehicle at idle and squeeze the top and bottom radiator hoses with the expansion bottle cap removed. Add fluid gradually to it keeping it under the full marker. The bubbling is super hot air caused by air trapped either in the engine block, or top of radiator. A little tip while doing this, have the heaters on in the car and on high heat with the fans running at high speed. If you notice the engine getting warm and the heating in the car stays cold, the airlock is going to need a bit more work. Eventually if you have replaced the head gasket correctly the air lock with come out. Hope this helped...

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Is there some type of sensor that tells the thermostat to open or a sensor to tell the fan to come on if so whats the name of the sensor for 1995 acura legend my car just start doing this after i noticed a...

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My engine over heated. Is there a problem with the thermostat housing or unit

Usually when an engine overheats it is caused by:

1. In town driving and the fan switch on the radiator has failed and the cooling fan will NOT turn on. Check the fan by disconnecting the plug and applying power from the battery + and - to the 2 terminals/ The fan should run. If the fan runs only when you apply power from the battery and not while the car is running then the radiator fan switch is the prime suspect. It can be a fuse... or a relay but usually the problem is the switch itself. It screws directly into the radiator on the back side and will have 2 terminals on it.

2. The engine coolant thermostat located at the end of the top radiator hose is stuck closed. (Actually it is under the fitting the top hose attaches to on the manifold)

3. The impeller has falied inside the water pump housing. You can check to see if the impeller is working AFTER you have checked the thermostat. Fill the radiator with water all the way to within about 1/8 inch of the top of the radiator. On a WARM engine start the car and then rev the engine. You should see water flow inside the radiator.
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4. Engine Head gasket is leaking.
Pull the engine oil dip stick and see if the oil appears milky in color. If it does not look like oil and is milky then the engine head gasket has failed.
Also with the radiator cap off if you rev the engine and see quite a bit of water pushed out of the radiator then the engine head gasket has failed.

Those are all standard.. overheating problem checks. Hopefully the overheating incident has not caused other engine damage to your vehicle.

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If your temp is jumping between 150-200 degrees then I am guessing you have an air pocket in the engine where coolant should be. The air pocket moves through the engine and when it gets to the water pump, it looses prime and doesn't move the antifreeze which causes it to warm up. Take the radiator cap off the radiator when the engine is cool. Start up the engine and let it run until the thermostat opens up. As the air moves it's way to the radiator it will escape and you will see the antifreeze level go down. Watch it run and as the level goes down add antifreeze until the radiator remains full. Then make sure your overflow tank is up to the required level and I bet your heater works a lot better after that.

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