changed the fan relay on 1995 Honda Civic

Changed the coolant fan fuse, but the fan still won't come on

by in Baton Rouge, LA on March 20, 2009
1 answer
ANSWER by on March 20, 2009
On early Honda's, it is common for the cooling fan temperature switch to become defective. One way to check this is to turn on the A/C system, if you have A/C. If the fan comes on with the A/C, then the fan motor and relay are ok. If not, then the there is a problem with the motor, relay or fuse. If they do come on, then check the cooling fan temp switch. You can test it by using a fused jumper wire to bypass the switch to see if the fan comes on.
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