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92 honda accord both fans not working but the relay is good and i check the fan motor they both work fine what else could the problem be please reply

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Try replacing temp sensor /sender units one located on the head the other in bottom tank of radiator this one i belive is the one that the fans opperate from make sure the coolant is full and check the fuses

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My fan not working in my 92 honda accord


Please check with the thermostat , the fan motor and the contactor of the fan relay. Please also check the fuse to the fan unit. Make sure that the wires are not pulled off and has come off the contacts of the fan. Check also the fan if mecchanically jammed.

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The primary radiator cooling fan on my 1993 HONDA Accord won't run. The fuses and relay are good and I checked the fan by running power directly to the fan plug. It ran just fine so the motor is fine. ...


You need to check the the power going to the fan. Is the wiring going to the fan broken? Is there a bad ground wire? Did the power wire come undone from the harness? Check the wiring and let me know. I hope this helps

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If the fuse is good,check to see if there is voltage to the blower motor,if there is,replace the blower motor.Sometimes,not always,if you bump the blower motor,it will start working,if this happens,then the blower motor is bad,if it does not,the fan switch could be bad,but the relay is usally near the blower motor.Testing it with a test light is the best way to test it,ground one end of the test light,the other end has a point on it.Use the piont of the test light to touch all the legs on the relay,with the key on,and the fan on high.The test light will light up,on almost all the legs,but it will also activate the relay when you touch the right leg of the relay,the relay needs to stay plugged up as you do this.If you can not access the legs of the relay,because of a skirt on the relay,push the point of the relay into the wire that you are testing,or into the plug,near the leg of the relay.The legs I am refuring to,are the prongs on the relay.If the relay clicks and turns the fan on,when you touch the right one,then the fan,and the relay are good,it will be the blower fan switch.Now if you already have high,blower fan,and the lower speeds are the problem,replace the blower resister,It is mounted right next to the blower motor,and has about 7 wires plugged into it.

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Check the fuse and relay for the cooling fan before it overheats again so you don't blow the head gasket on the motor. After you replace the fuse/relay let it idle keeping an eye on the temperature gauge, make sure as it reaches a little over half way the cooling fan should come on. If it does'nt then your coolant temp sensor may be at fault. Good luck and be safe.

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The blower motor has died, you will need to replace it and last time I did one they were quite expensive (300 bucks), but the prices may have come down

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92 honda accord - radiator fan not working


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There should be 2 fans on this vehicle. the small one is the Condenser fan, the larger one is the Radiator fan. (in case you need to replace one)

When the vehicle is warmed up fully, both fans should come on at the same time. If not most likely is simply the fan motor that has gone open.(very common to happen) To test, start the vehicle and warm up when the other cooling fan comes on then check the power at the connector with a test light. (should be a 2 wire plug leading to the center part of the motor. Check the harness side not the fan motor side part of the connector for power. Check both wires at once) You may need help with this part.

If it has power, you need a motor. If not there's something else that's the problem. Thats get's more complicated. Check the relay by swapping the two cooling fan relays and retest to see if the problem moves to the other fan verifying a failed relay. If that doesn't solve the situation, you have a electrical fault in the vehicle.

Good luck and I hope this helped.

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