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Honda Prelude SI

You have a 86 Honda Prelude 20 Si and the fan continues to run after the car has been shut off for several hours unless you remove the relay and shut it off Is there a thermostat or timer and where?

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2005-12-27 21:03:58
2005-12-27 21:03:58

I had this problem for a while. I believe I replaced a relay or fuse to solve it. I know the solution wasn't expensive.

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