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Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Relay Not Working / Radiator Fan : Honda Civic SnagEasy SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe1,1551K Loading... mahalo adobo Hawaii 01-07-2010 #6 adobo Registered!! Jump Fan switch - Duration: 6:45. I've done almost everything you did with this problem only mines a 98 civic. 09-18-2011, 04:15 PM #19 chope045 Honda-Tech Member Join Date: Jul 2010 Location: flordia Posts: have a peek at this web-site

Psychoholic Genius 177,737 views 10:40 How to diagnose and repair an over heating problem on a Honda Civic - Duration: 18:23. Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Here we're gonna' bypass the radiator fan switch with a jumper wire and see if the radiator fan motor comes on. Register Now In order to be able to post messages on the 8th Generation Honda Civic Forum forums, you must first register.

1999 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Not Working

After doing their test, they couldn't find anything and i guess they saw some coolant leak around one of the hoses and just told me it was because of the cracked btw wheres 200f?? TEST 3: Bypassing the Radiator Fan Switch. START HERE: The Radiator Fan Motor Relay Tests.

Any ideas? SnagEasy 114,000 views 4:01 How to Replace Install a Radiator Fan 2001-05 Honda Civic - Duration: 8:21. 1A Auto Parts 7,751 views 8:21 2003-2007 HONDA ACCORD COOLING FAN TEST.... - Duration: i know i jumped the thermo plug with the key on and i just had a poor connection or short in my wires near the fan. Honda Civic Radiator Fan Price i would have to run the A/C so that the other fan would turn on and cool the radiator.

Someone PLEASE HELP! 07-30-2013, 11:52 PM #10 (permalink) coachramz Junior Member Join Date: Jul 2013 Posts: 2 I have a 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid. Loading... Coolant boiling in the radiator's overflow tank and the radiator fan motor does not activate. Continued Ay man you can get this part from almost any parts store....

simple as that... Honda Civic Radiator Fan Always On if you feel this is the way to go , what next to get the fan 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 you can apply the tests to fit your particular situation, or start from TEST 1.

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Here are the contents of this tutorial at a glance: Symptoms of a Bad Radiator Fan Relay. http://www.superhonda.com/forum/f49/my-fan-not-working-46497/ You risk causing serious damage to your electrical system by rewiring it without some understanding about the circuits. 06-03-2009, 09:08 PM #15 evoluti0n12 Junior Member Thread Starter 1999 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Not Working Is there a way to test the temp switch? Honda Civic Ac Fan Not Working Originally My fan was working then when I changed the entire radiator system and the fan stopped working so I changed the radiator fan motor. (Which damaged my new radiator some!!!!!!

Sign in to report inappropriate content. Check This Out radiator fan switch __________________ 1998 Honda Civic EX: black on black 1998 Honda CBR 600F4: black (of course) Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links SuperHonda.com Advertisement Page 1 of 2 1 could be a mixture of things and anyone correct me if im wrong. usually its caused by something else. 2006 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Not Working

Welcome to ClubCivic a Honda Civic Forum Club Civic is an online Honda Civic forum and community for all Honda Civic enthusiasts. thanks for the help btw and its a 2000 LS 06-19-2009, 08:01 PM #16 jtmartin96civic Honda-Tech Member Join Date: Jul 2006 Location: U.S. This terminal connects to the radiator fan switch (on the thermostat housing) and the PCM. http://virtualthought.net/honda-civic/honda-civic-odometer-stopped-working.html 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:

I jumped the cable that connects to the thermoswitch and the fan turned on. 1999 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Switch Location Visit the Members Ride's to view and rate other member’s Honda Civics. i just hot wired the fan to the battery, the fan turns on right away, so the fan is good.

my dad think its the plug itself..

Yep, no need to fix something that isn't broken. SnagEasy 486,765 views 5:46 How To Solve An Engine Overheat Condition - EricTheCarGuy - Duration: 26:09. TEST 1: Checking the Radiator Fan Relay Power Circuits. 2007 Honda Civic Radiator Fan Not Working Replacement takes 30 minutes or less. 07-13-2002, 01:49 PM #14 (permalink) CivicChik93 CarbonSword Ninja Join Date: Feb 2002 Location: Mobile, Al/ B'ham, AL Posts: 1,434 Car: 93 Civic

Coolant (or water) boiling in the radiator's overflow tank as the engine runs or when you turn off the engine. If so, replace the switch. TEST 3: Bypassing the Radiator Fan Switch. http://virtualthought.net/honda-civic/honda-civic-power-window-not-working.html Circuit that channels the battery power to the radiator fan motor when the relay closes.

Bypassing the Radiator Fan Relay. Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... Password: Confirm Password: Email Address Please enter a valid email address for yourself. I jumped the cable that connects to the thermoswitch and the fan turned on.

Be patient and and watch water temp on the gauge. but i have to connect and disconnect the fan to the battery everytime i drive. 07-13-2002, 12:54 AM #9 (permalink) CivicChik93 CarbonSword Ninja Join Date: Feb 2002 Location: when i stick a pin into the plug thats suppose to go to the switch itll turn on. Password Register Home Forum Active Topics eBay Marketplace Gallery Video Sales Auto Escrow Go to Page... SuperHonda.com is the premier Honda Forum on the internet.

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 unscrew that and that's the fan switch... u could be causing more issues. i got the positive n negative n ran the neg to the neg on battery and ran the positive to heater motor fuse n from there to the switch, then grounded

johnmota93, Jan 4, 2013, in forum: Engine Tech / Drivetrain Replies: 1 Views: 597 RonJ Apr 6, 2013 97CivicEx Radiator Fan Not Working,car Overheats, need help to direct wire switch? Sign in Transcript Statistics 132,018 views 210 Like this video?