Question about 1995 Honda Odyssey
When i shut off the engine and remove the ignition key the fan just keeps on going until the battery die out. i had a similar problem many years ago with crysler and i found out there is a relay switch which needs to be changed
how can i go about doing that
Got that problem in my Accord 92, my sister brought it to the dealer
charged the battery and replaced the negative cable for the corrosion problem 300 $, drive it home till the morning after the battery dead once again called and brought to the dealer again now for 1,040 $ they will replace the battery, alternator and power steering pump no more money in my pocket so what I did is observed the reason why the battery die and die and die..found out that my cooling fan goes on without any reason, cold engine hot engine it will just run without any movement in the car tried to start the car dead battery i replaced the "Fan timer unit located under the driver side kick panel and voila for three weeks now no complain...hope this help!!!
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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