McCuistian 274,299 views 3:12 Fixing an overheat condition (the radiator fan) on a 1997 Toyota Corolla/Geo Prizm - Duration: 12:44. If so, replace the switch. 06-01-2009, 10:12 PM #3 civic_driver Honda-Tech Member Join Date: Aug 2005 Location: USA Posts: 2,582 Re: Radiator fan not working I think Sign in to make your opinion count. Air pockets near these parts can also prevent them from turning on resulting in overheating. have a peek here
Image below identifies the location of fuse #14 of the under-dash fuse box. Bay Area Posts: 1,004 Car: 1998 Civic EX: black on black Mods: replace your fan switch __________________ 1998 Honda Civic EX: black on black 1998 Honda CBR 600F4: black (of course) Loading... Here are the contents of this tutorial at a glance: Symptoms of a Bad Radiator Fan Relay.
so it runs when driver sees the temp gauge going up. The radiator fan turns on when the coolant temperature is 196-203F or higher. which one is it.? You'll also see one (or more) of the following symptoms: Your temperature gauge will max out (as you're driving around).
The fuse looks fine. Sign in to report inappropriate content. Source(s): http://www.ehow.com/how_2106_diagnose-co... Honda Civic Radiator Fan Always On I had this issue because I thought my radiator fan was broke.
The Basics of the Radiator Fan Relay. TEST 1: Checking the Radiator Fan Relay Power Circuits. Unplug the 2P connector and install a jumper wire between the two terminals of this connector.
I have several kinds of jumper wires, but the one I use to supply battery power to a component is about eight feet long and has a large clamp on one
No, create an account now. Honda Civic Radiator Fan Price EricTheCarGuy 747,845 views 8:39 Troubleshooting Radiator Fan - Duration: 6:11. Add Thread to del.icio.us Bookmark in Technorati Furl this Thread! unscrew that and that's the fan switch...
The Basics of the Radiator Fan Relay The radiator fan relay is located in the under-hood fuse box (see the illustrations in the image viewer). http://www.civicforums.com/forums/217-mechanical-problems-vehicle-issues-fix-forum/325162-radiator-cooling-fan-not-working.html Psychoholic Genius 177,737 views 10:40 435 BHP SUPERCHARED HONDA CIVIC EP3!!!!! - Duration: 7:48. 1999 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Not Working Powered by vBadvanced CMPS v3.2.2 All times are GMT -7. 2006 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Not Working Here we're gonna' bypass the radiator fan switch with a jumper wire and see if the radiator fan motor comes on.
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It is a temperature-sensitive resistor (thermistor) that sends a signal to the PCM. Honda Accord Cooling Fan Not Working iTrader: (95) 2002 Honda Civic Join Date: Sep 2002 Location: NV Age: 36 Posts: 51,304 Images: 178 Rep Power: 697 Re: radiator cooling fan not working for now, you can Loading...
The thermostat is fully open when the coolant temperature reaches 194F or higher. iTrader: (95) 2002 Honda Civic Join Date: Sep 2002 Location: NV Age: 36 Posts: 51,304 Images: 178 Rep Power: 697 Re: radiator cooling fan not working fan sensor should be because the temp guage is always between 1/4-1/2... Honda Civic Condenser Fan Not Working This material may not be reproduced without the author’s consent.
Unplug one of the cooling fans, and referring to your vehicles wiring diagram, apply fused battery voltage to the positive side of the motor and ground the negative side. Is it this blue one, which is on the top of the radiator fan. After confirming that the radiator fan relay is getting juice (TEST 1), the next step is to jumper circuits 1 and 2 with a jumper wire to see if the radiator this contact form The plug that runs to it is green in color and the part its self is brass.
Connects directly to the radiator fan motor BLU wire. It usually is mounted in the thermostat housing ( the part that comes off the enfine when you change the thermostat) or as another member said it may be on the TEST 4: Bench Testing the Radiator Fan Relay. < Prev 1 2 3 Applies To: Honda Vehicles: Civic DX 1.7L 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Civic EX 1.7L 2001, 2002, 2003, Here we're gonna' bypass the radiator fan switch with a jumper wire and see if the radiator fan motor comes on.
Once I've confirmed the fuses and fusible links are good, I go to the fan motors. Welcome to ClubCivic a Honda Civic Forum Club Civic is an online Honda Civic forum and community for all Honda Civic enthusiasts. Be patient and and watch water temp on the gauge. did i do something wrong?
I'm a Supporting Member!! Anybody done this switch? What's the best sedan of 2016? 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
You'll also see one (or more) of the following symptoms: Your temperature gauge will max out (as you're driving around). Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading...