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Both cooling fans are not working, they both moe freely nby hand and the wiring seems ok.

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Check all your fuses first, if all ok then try running them directly to the battery using a speaker wire to check if they turn on. if they don't then your fans are dead. if they do turn on, then you may need to replace one or two engine coolant sensors. i think the accord has two sesors that run the fans.

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