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You have a 94 Honda accord When you shut of your engine the fan by the radiator still remains on Is this normal or is something wrong?

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2005-09-12 16:26:18
2005-09-12 16:26:18

Honda's and in fact many cars with transverse mounted engines have electric fans to draw air across the radiator. When the radiator is hot the fan turns on until the temp drops. It's normal unless the fan stays on for a long time.

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