cooling fan switch on 2004 Honda Civic

My cooling fans do not turn on when idling. I bought the cooling fan switch, I just need to know where it is located on my car. Thank you.

by in Corona, CA on April 17, 2009
1 answer
ANSWER by on April 18, 2009
The radiator fan control switch is located on the transmission side of the engine near the EGR valve in same location as the coolant temp sensor for the Fuel Injection ECU. The wires at the switch are green and a black wire . The fan control relay may be stuck!
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