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Old 21 Apr 2008, 03:55 pm
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Default Location of Temp. Sensor/Fan Relay on '90 Acura Legend

My fan won't kick on after a good long run on the hiway. After the
exit ramp and cutting down to 35mph (from about 55-65 mph) my 1990
Legend will start to creep up to the hot mark and stay there unless
I'm moving steadily at a good clip. I don't hear the fan come on and
am fairly certain tthat's what the problem is...anyone know the
location of the relay or temp sensors on this model? Its a V6 5speed
1990 4 door Acura Legend. Thanks!
Norm
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Old 26 Apr 2008, 10:41 am
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Default Re: Location of Temp. Sensor/Fan Relay on '90 Acura Legend



The Doctor wrote:
> My fan won't kick on after a good long run on the hiway. After the
> exit ramp and cutting down to 35mph (from about 55-65 mph) my 1990
> Legend will start to creep up to the hot mark and stay there unless
> I'm moving steadily at a good clip. I don't hear the fan come on and
> am fairly certain tthat's what the problem is...anyone know the
> location of the relay or temp sensors on this model? Its a V6 5speed
> 1990 4 door Acura Legend. Thanks!
> Norm



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Old 28 Apr 2008, 08:49 pm
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Default Re: Location of Temp. Sensor/Fan Relay on '90 Acura Legend

The Doctor <nwbender@erols.com> wrote in news:5ff4ff67-1347-4e3a-a6a3-
a0a72f5a9686@d1g2000hsg.googlegroups.com:

> My fan won't kick on after a good long run on the hiway. After the
> exit ramp and cutting down to 35mph (from about 55-65 mph) my 1990
> Legend will start to creep up to the hot mark and stay there unless
> I'm moving steadily at a good clip. I don't hear the fan come on and
> am fairly certain tthat's what the problem is...anyone know the
> location of the relay or temp sensors on this model? Its a V6 5speed
> 1990 4 door Acura Legend. Thanks!




I believe your fan switch is in the bottom of the rad. Do you see one
there?

There are also a bunch of relays in an underhood relay box.

I only have a manual for the '90, which I've learned is somewhat different
from the '91.


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