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Why will the radiator fan no spin?

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2005-10-19 03:11:30
2005-10-19 03:11:30

Have you changed the thermostat lately? I did and mine still ran very warm, but didn't over heat completely. After looking at several sensors and relays I changed the thermostat again (Honda part this time) and it fixed it. I was told by the Honda parts guy that the after market parts do not let enough coolant flow to allow the fan sensor to work properly. So you have a resticted thermostat flow along with no fan (until the ignition is OFF) both helping the car run much too warm. Hope this helps.

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