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Radiator fan turns on randomly kills battery NEED HELP!

I have a 95 accord ex and for about the past 6 months the radiator fan to the left turns on at night or when the weather is cool. this kills my battery. me and my step dad have checked all 3 sensors the run to the fan and all of them work. the fuse that runs part of the cooling system works, and i have take this fuse out everyday when im home so the fan doesnt turn on. the only thing that we could come to believe is that there is a short in the wiring. we think this cuz the fan only turns on when its cool outside. my hayes honda accord book doesnt have this part of the wiring system. SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME!

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  • accordgord Sep 19, 2008

    My 95 does the same, but I found that if I put the key back in the ignition jigged or started it and the fan would turn off, this works for me hopefully this will help you.

  • fred579 Jan 07, 2009

    98 accord does the same... ideas?

  • Anonymous Feb 10, 2009

    fan wont shut off when i turn my car off and its killing my battery! on a 95 honda accord v6. can anyone help

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Check the relay inside the engine compartment. It may be sticking allowing the 12v's to stay on the cooling fan. Sometime this box that contain the relays are on the passanger side.

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U have electrical problem

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