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Changed the fan relay

(1995 Honda Civic)
in Baton Rouge, LA on March 20, 2009
Changed the coolant fan fuse, but the fan still won't come on
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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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