If you are talking about the radiator/AC fans the relays are located on the drivers side mounted what looks like on the radiator. it's either an 8mm or 10mm bolt and it isn't very easy to get to. BTW, make sure that the car is cool, like I said they are mounted right near the radiator. There are 2 relays mounted back-to-back and the harnesses are a bit hard to unplug. Just don't snatch them by the wires or you'll create a bigger problem.
The 1997 Acura Integra fan relay switch is located inside of the fuse box. The fan relay switch will be in the third column, second from the top.
1999 fan sencer for acura integra
The fan switch on a 1995 Acura Integra is located on the dashboard. It is a part of the temperature control system.
Blown fuse, bad fan motor, defective thermal switch or a bad fan relay. Or check the coolant temp sensor.
"Where is cooling fan relay on 94 acura legend?"
The cooling fan is activated by a sensor, and possibly a relay. Most likely the sensor has gone bad.
Where is the cooling fan relay for acura legend srs found
how do I find the left radiator fan relay for an 1992 acura legend
Relay or fan itself
could it be the thermostat or the fan itself?
The 1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass cooling fan relay switch can be found attached to the right side of the radiator housing. The cooling fan relay switch should be labeled as such.
There should be a module under the dash on the passenger side towards the center of the dash that is mounted to a bracket. When the fan is running unplug it, should stop the fan.
i just had this problem you have to either change the fan relay switch or the sensor because they could be old so they ar not telling the fans to react to when the car is getting hot. but i changed mines and they come on now
Replace your thermostat.
Check the fan. Sometimes the wires come unplugged. Mine does it sometimes too.
it is not connected to a "switch," but a relay instead....it should be grounded to the core support next to the fan.....you may need to remove the passenger side headlight to get to it.....there is normally 1 or 2 wires coming from it....12V and switch signal from ECU (0V = off and 5V = on). To test the fan: disconnect the relay and connect directly to battery. To test relay: use external battery source like 3 AA in series. If you have no clue what I am talking about, then do not attempt this and seek professional help.
It is inside the ECM Module
The fan relay is in the relay box next to the battery...it says fan relay on it.
between the grill and the Radiator
It won't have a relay. Usually it is the switch, or the fan motor that goes bad.
Some of the reasons may be a fuse for the fan-relay, or the fan-relay its self. It could also be a coolent temperature sensor.Hope this helps.
First replace the inlet air temperature sensor. This will help the car on initial start up. Then if restart after warm up is still a problem, replace fuel pump main relay. Mind you, make sure fuel pump/presurre regulator are working. check the fan relay,sometimes they go bad and the fan is on all the time until the battery goes dead at least that is what happened to my 1991 integra 1. The battery may be on it's last leg. 2. If the battery is known to be good, the positive/negative contacts in the starter might be going bad. Try replacing starter ($60 for remanufactured one).
UNDER HOOD, DRIVER SIDE, FRONT ENGINE AREA, MOUNTED ON BOTTOM OF RADIATOR
On engine block by the oil filter. Two wires land on temperature swicth, can jump out switch to see if fan comes on. The switch has a black rubber boot protecting it. Also check cooling fan by wiring battery right to fan to see if fan works. Air in system will also cause problems with fan coming on bleed air out bleeder by top radiator hose on tp of motor.
there is a rectangular box mounted on the drivers side of the radiator. open it up and the condensor fan is the second one from the drivers side. you can open up the square box also mounted on this rectangular box, and switch those relays. the one in the square box is the wiper relay, it is the same relay as the condensor fan relay. switch them and see if the wiper relay gets your fan to turn on. the condensor fan is the fan on the drivers side. for a full wiring schematic of the Legend, visit www.acura-legend.com/vbulletin, im 89aCuRa, goodluck.