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1991 honda civic, overheats, changed therostat,

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 out???

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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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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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