If you jumped the cooling fan switch wiring harness and the fan switched on, then the electrical side of things is working (i.e. I had a car once that when you turned on the A/C,the fan would not come on...it would not cool but when you drove it,the airflow cooled off the condensor....and it CarsNToys 597,095 views 6:42 How To Solve An Engine Overheat Condition - EricTheCarGuy - Duration: 26:09. Thanks for all your help, I've read thru all the past posts on these fan issues but couldn't find anything on this problem. Source
I know I'm bumping a way old thread but I'm having a problem just like the final two posts outlined here. you can apply the tests to fit your particular situation, or start from TEST 1. The Basics of the Radiator Fan Relay. Wife lets me drive it for oil changes.
The air con has some other issue, and I don't do enough air con things to be able to help you with that, but the fan is a distraction to your When a/c is not on, it does not engage at any point. Touch the other end of the new wire to the positive side of the battery. (You should have safety goggles on when working near a battery).
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Bypassing the Radiator Fan Relay. Honda Accord Condenser Fan Not Working I apologize for it may be hard to understand some of my words.Steps I used to troubleshoot:1) connect cooling fan directly to battery2) test relay by shorting out the cooling fan Sign in to report inappropriate content. I cant understand how that is possible with no fan running.
Email Address: OR Log-in User Name Password Remember Me? http://www.hondaaccordforum.com/forum/general-tech-help-7/1996-accord-lx-c-heater-fan-stopped-working-24857/ Register FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search Vendor DirectoryCarsvBLive Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Search in Thread Titles Only Tag Search Advanced 2000 Honda Accord Radiator Fan Not Working As the temperature of the coolant goes up the resistance between the two contacts should go down. Honda Civic Radiator Fan Switch Paul, MN Posts: 3,697 Re: Cooling fans not working!!!
Since the window relay and the coolant relay are the same i swapped them.. this contact form Most car companies only use part of the complete list of codes, and Honda doesn't seem to use P0036. This protects your compressor from being damaged by low pressure. I have the manual here, unfortunately I don't have the time to type out all of the steps for each component. 07-06-2011, 07:16 PM #3 nus_dogg Honda-Tech Member 2002 Honda Accord Radiator Fan Not Working
TEST 2: Bypassing the Radiator Fan Relay. Related Topics Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post 97 accord heater woes jpdooley Honda Accord (1990 - 2002) 17 01-10-2016 04:11 PM 1991 honda accord ex cooling fan not turning How to Paint Interior Why is My Engine Hesitating? have a peek here phong1216 you most likely have a leak in your A/C system.
If you pick up a Haynes manual it will have all of the testing procedures for the above mentioned components. 1994 Honda Accord Radiator Fan Relay Location Add to Want to watch this again later? The pressure switch I mentioned can (and did on my 1991 Accord) develop a leak as well.
I still have no idea which fan it is that isn't working. EricTheCarGuy 1,630,734 views 26:09 1994-1997 Honda Accord upper and lower radiator hose replacement - Duration: 14:24. If your upgrade was done properly (and thoroughly) there will be a sticker stating that the upgrade was done in the engine compartment. 1994 Honda Accord Cooling Fan Relay Location If the compressor engages, then the compressor clutch, relay, and the a/c switch in the car are working too.
the most obvious symptom that your Honda Accord will experience is overheating due to radiator fan not coming on. At this point I turned on the engine, and bingo - fan is working fine. Stick with it and you will save a ton of money on labor costs...Good luck. Check This Out You can read about them here.X LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Honda Accord Forum - Honda Accord Enthusiast Forums > General > General Tech Help A specific question for condense
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Then it told me to jump the green wire to ground, with the ignition on and AC off, both fans do come on. Password Register Forgot Password? The issues are unrelated. I have a 94 accord.The driver side radiator fan wont turn and my a/c doesn't get cold.Any ideas?
On a car as old as yours there could be several other problems. There should not be continuity when voltage is not applied. The ECU can supply ground to turn on the relays. I've jumped the fans and the ac compressor..
I'm not sure why you keep alluding to a "cooling fan".