Question about 2004 Honda Civic
The temperature actuated switch is stuck in the ON position if the cooling fan(s) continue to operate after the engine has cooled down. Locate the defective sensor switch and replace it to eliminate the problem. This could be continuous or intermittent and either way if the switch is faulty it should be replaced.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
Where do I find the temperature actuated switch honda civic 2004
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
Yes most cars have this feature so you dont essentially bake your motor it runs the fan(s) until the temp is down to a reasonable level
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
It is normal for the fan to occassionaly run for up to 5 minutes after the engine has been turned off. If it stays running much longer than that, then you have a problem with either the fan timer, or fan switch B.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: radiator fan keeps running with
on the 98 cherokee the fan isnt supposed to run after you turn the car off check the relay in the fuse box by the battery under the hood. Try replacing it with a different one in there. The relay may be stuck
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
It is not the fault: for long time Renault has that concept, that is to prevent engine oveheating when coolant circulation is suddenly stopped.
Radiator fan can continue to work up to 10 minutes after engine is off. You should worry about it only if it wouldn't stop even after 10 minutes.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
there is a solid state fan relay located under the passenger side headlight assembly. There are two ways to get at it. Either you can tear apart the entire front of the vehicle or you can remove the passenger side headlamp assembly and carefully drill a hole about in the middle of the opening and down towards the ground. Look in the hole you drilled you should be able to see the relay. Continue drilling/cutting until you have a hole just large enough to get the old relay out and a new one in. The hole will be covered by the headlamp and has become the preferred method of replacing since they are so common and removing the entire front assembly is so time consuming.
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
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