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Engine cooling fans not working

The electric cooling fans on my 1992 Acura Legend are not working. How do I check the motors and the relays?

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  • Anonymous Jul 20, 2008

    fans do not operate when vehicle gets to operating temperature.

  • Anonymous Oct 26, 2008

    cooling fans will not come on

  • Anonymous Mar 08, 2009

    Same problem with a '93 Accord

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If relays are good its most likely the engine coolant temp switch

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