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Cooling fan will not come on. 1993 honda civic. relay has been replaced and still not working. where do I check next? Fuses have been replaced also.

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Find the thermostatic switch on the radiator and remove the wires, with the ignition on, touch the wires (terminals) together. If the fan comes on, the thermostatic switch is faulty and needs to be replaced.

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There is a coolant sensor that fails, it completes the circuit when the engine is warm enough.

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