Mounted right next to the radiator.
Its on the thermostat housing by the upper radiator hose
Check the cooling fan relay and the control sensor. Check the fuse as well and if these are all good, check the fan motor.
The relay is sticking. Replace it.
It can be very simple to remove the radiator from a Honda Civic. The first step is to drain the coolant from the radiator. The next step is to disconnect the cooling fan switch and remove the hoses. Then the cooling fan should be removed. Then the radiator should be unbolted and lifted carefully from the vehicle.
Inoperative cooling fan(s) Bad thermostat Bad fan switch sending unit Bad fan relay Blocked radiator cooling tubes (internally)
Blown fuse. Defective fan motor. Defective thermal relay. Wiring problem.
There are a couple of reasons why a Honda Civic heater fan is not working. The fan motor may of blown or a fuse needs to be replaced.
A working cooling fan is important in keeping the engine of a car running well. A diagram for a cooling fan in a Honda Accord can be found in its maintenance manual.
One of the most common (yet often overlooked) problems in the Honda Civic is the radiator fan switch. Another possibility is the radiator fan relay. Not too commonly, the cooling fan motor itself could be bad. Finally, check the wiring and connections to the radiator fan switch and the fan motor to make sure nothing is loose, corroded, or broken.
More than likely the cooling fan is not working. Can be a blown fuse, defective fan motor, or defective temperature sensor relay.
you don't, the fan is electric
the sensor that turns the fan on could be bad or the engine is not reaching a high enough temp to turn it on (about 215 degrees)
lack of coolant . no cooling fan operation, low engine oil, improper coolant mixture, thermostat stuck, debri on radiator , restriction in cooling system.
There could be 3 or 4 reasons for this... First, check the simplest thing, the fuse. Next, check for a faulty fan thermostat or damaged wiring to the fan. Lastly, it's possible the fan motor itself is faulty. i come to find that if your Honda civic has a coolant leak and runs hot...... your thermostat will be stuck in the closed position and wont allow the coolant fan to come on
Not enough info. WHICH fan? Engine cooling fan? A/C cooling system fan? Circulating fan in passenger compartment?
The cooling fan relay is in the fuse block under the hood on passager side
Stand in front of the car facing your back to it and then bend over...the cooling fan will plug in itself.
on a 2003 Honda si the fan motor blows shen removed from car. there is 12 volts to fan . fan will not run when plugged into car. does fan sw have anything to do with this
get in the car when it is cold, turn on the ac, then check under the hood. the fan that is not spinning when the car is cold is the cooling fan
Check the integrity of the wiring. Determine if the fan motor is burned out. More likely, the sensor has malfunctioned. Unplug the sensor (engine off) - the fan should come on when the ignition is turned on. If it does, the sensor is bad.