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Old 19 Aug 2007, 06:16 pm
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Default What is causing my radiator fan to squeak extremely loud in a 1995 acura integra?

Does it off and on while driving. I hear it every time i stop.
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 06:20 pm
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it's not the fan it's the fan belt slipping on the wheel. The belt is going bad.
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 06:28 pm
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If the fan in question is electric it is the bearings, if it is a belt driven fan then your belt is squealing.
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 06:36 pm
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I would take a guess at a water pump problem. Your water pump is going bad
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 06:40 pm
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The bearings or bushing in your fan are bad. You'll have to replace it before it seizes. This is for an electrical fan. If it were belt driven then the rubber belt would be glazed and slipping. Cure would be to replace the belt and ensure that it has the correct amount of tension so that it doesn't slip. By the way I'm pretty sure your Acura's fan is electric, so the reason it comes and goes is because the sensor kicks in the fan as you're driving and once it cools it turns the fan off.
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 06:42 pm
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Your fan has bearings in it no matter what, electric or belt driven, that would be my first look.
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 06:46 pm
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the electric motor is starting to fail.repair it soon or it will quit altogether and your car will overheat
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 06:48 pm
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I had to replace the bearings in my fan it was a "Clutch Fan" that sits inside the fans center. Good Luck
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 06:51 pm
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You have an electric fan. It does not have a clutch or a belt. If you are sure it is your fan then more than likely the motor on the electric fan is going. You could try to spray it with WD-40 it might help if it is rusty or seizing up, but this will probably only be a temporary solution. Since it is winter you could probably get by not having a fan (if you live up north and don't sit in traffic if you live in the south were it is still warmer you will have to fix this soon if you sit in traffic alot you will also have to fix this soon.) Just try spraying it. You can also turn the blades by hand if they are hard to turn you need a new motor, but if they are easy to turn it does not necessarily mean that the motor is still good. You will probably end up needing a new fan motor (if that's the problem). It will cost you an arm and a leg from acura so i'd check ebay. You could also buy one from a junkyard but you might be getting another one that's about ready to go. How many miles does your teggie have?If you hear this every time you stop it is probably not the radiator fan. Change the alternator and power steering belts. Personally from what you said i think that it's one of those two belts and more than likely its the alternator belt. I'd start there. Once again a belt from acura will be expensive, you might want to go to advance auto, napa, autozone, or what ever you have in your part of the country.
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Old 19 Aug 2007, 06:54 pm
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its not the fan..its your belts.
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