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Do i need to replace my fan. If it looks good, check it with a DVOM just to be sure. So am I to understand there are three different temperature sensors? Just find what the problem is and fix it. 06-02-2009, 09:51 PM #12 evoluti0n12 Junior Member Thread Starter Join Date: Aug 2008 Location: miami, florida, usa Posts: http://camtronics.net/honda-civic/2000-honda-civic-ex-speedometer-not-working.html

I have seen this happen on several different vechicles. Did you check your coolant? 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 ervstr, Jan 12, 2010 #13 RonJ Banned Joined: Oct 20, 2007 Messages: 13,101 Location: Houston, TX ervstr said: ↑ thanks alot bro,your replys was very helpfull.so ill just leave it as

2004 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Not Working

Also, you have to make the car overheat slightly in order for the fan switch to engage and the radiator fan to come on. 06-02-2009, 09:28 PM #10 evoluti0n12 Popular Store Items Advertisements Forum ClubCivic.com - Your Online Civic Community Home Forums > Honda Civic Gen Tech and Builds / Show Offs > Tech Archive (No Posting) > Please drove the civic 97 and still overheats going up a long hill appx. 2miles long. The PCM also has some control over the A/C and uses inputs from the A/C to determine cooling fan(s) operation.

You can only upload videos smaller than 600MB. On systems that have computer control using a sensor signal, you can make a similar test of the relay current feed terminals with a test light and the ignition key on. The really crappy part is the stupid gauge never barely budged. Honda Civic Radiator Fan Price I checked that the fan motor works by conecting...

If i drive with the fan hot wired to the battery the car runs fine. I jumped the cable that connects to the thermoswitch and the fan turned on. I was freaking out because I was used to my previous car (WRX, RDX, Pilot, 240SX) radiator fan always turning on. http://honda-tech.com/forums/honda-civic-del-sol-1992-2000-1/radiator-fan-not-working-2580655/ RonJ, Jan 11, 2010 #10 ervstr boosted_ek 5+ Year Member Joined: Jan 3, 2010 Messages: 94 Location: hawaii RonJ said: ↑ The radiator fan turns on when the coolant temperature is

Your cache administrator is webmaster. Honda Civic Radiator Fan Always On After doing this, try driving it around for 10-15 mins.. A fusible link is a short section of wire three or four gauges smaller then the wire it's protecting. You can only upload files of type 3GP, 3GPP, MP4, MOV, AVI, MPG, MPEG or RM.

1999 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Not Working

I thought it was the same for the civic. 06-02-2009, 07:17 AM #6 Kista20 Honda-Tech Member Join Date: Jul 2003 Location: Firefighting in Virginia, USA Posts: 1,212 If it is blown, simply replace it. 2004 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Not Working It may be in the engine or may be in the radiator. 2006 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Not Working If you have power to one and not the other, you have an open in the wire from the fuse to the relay.

Please try the request again. navigate here Would anybody verify if that switch would do just that and kick in my radiator fan upon ignition key? Garage is empty, add now Join Date: Jan 2010 Posts: 7 Rep Power: 0 Re: radiator cooling fan not working Iam applying your comments to this problem and have completed Good luck! Honda Civic Ac Fan Not Working

So what's the deal? Depending on what I am checking, I put the appropriate fuse in the holder to prevent potential damage to whatever I'm testing. because the temp guage is always between 1/4-1/2... http://camtronics.net/honda-civic/2000-honda-civic-radiator-fan-not-working.html I drove the car for 10-15 mins, let it idled and watched the fan turn on.

MARKETPLACE Buy, Sell, & Trade Retail Sales Transaction Feedback OFF TOPIC Introduce Yourself! Honda Accord Cooling Fan Not Working Circuit labeled with the number 4. If you check by hot-wiring at the fan motor itself, it will run at high speed. - Three terminals (one for low-speed feed, one for high-speed and a common ground).

Using your wiring diagram, locate these feed wires and probe them with a test light.

Now the fan are working but only for 5 to 10 sec and stop...should it be running like that or does it have to be running continuously when engine is in The thermostat has two very important functions: 1) Prevents coolant flow through the radiator until the engine is hot. Ask a question usually answered in minutes! Honda Civic Condenser Fan Not Working it looks like # 8 on the diagram is the one, the part descriptions are similar.

could be a mixture of things and anyone correct me if im wrong. Unplug the 2P connector and install a jumper wire between the two terminals of this connector. I was freaking out because I was used to my previous car (WRX, RDX, Pilot, 240SX) radiator fan always turning on. this contact form TEST 1: Checking the Radiator Fan Relay Power Circuits.

Video should be smaller than 600 MB/5 minutes Photo should be smaller than 5 MB Video should be smaller than 600 MB/5 minutesPhoto should be smaller than 5 MB Related Questions You need to jump the two with the wires in them in order to test it appropriately. I flushed my coolant today, and the inside of the switch and the inside of the plug is wet. The fan(s) should come on.

Tell us exactly how you jumped the 2P connector for the fan switch. there are a couple of switches. 07-13-2002, 12:53 PM #11 (permalink) dtb4u Digital Racer Join Date: Apr 2002 Location: Orlando, FL Posts: 702 Car: 1993 Civic Ferio Mods: The radiator fan turns on when the coolant temperature is 196-203F or higher. Provides battery power for the radiator fan relay's coil.

you can tap a switch directly to the fan wiring but make sure your switch is rated to pull that many amps. __________________ 2002 Honda Civic EX Auto 01-08-2010 Most late model cars are equipped with a Coolant Temperature Sensor (CTS). You can only upload a photo or a video. http://www.hondacivicrepairs.com/radiato...

I already replaced the thermostat and it didn't help. thanks adobo 01-08-2010 #11 gearbox Premium Member Hey! If you remove the radiator fan motor relay, you'll notice that its socket (in the under-hood fuse box) has four female terminals. TEST 1: Checking the Radiator Fan Relay Power Circuits.

I've been bitten enough times by fuses that looked good.