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Old 24 Jul 2007, 11:13 pm
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Default Inside Air Recirculation No Longer Works &...

the radiator fan no longer comes on after the engine is shut off & still
hot. Is there a connection between these two events? This is a 1993
Accord LX with 159,400 miles on it. About a month ago I had to jump the
battery & the had a new battery installed. I'm a little baffled because
all other air controls operate. However, I was looking at the wiring
diagram in the Haynes manual & noticed the intake air control solenoid &
radiator fan motor seem to be on the same circuit to a relay under the
hood. When I remove the associated relay or fuse the radiator fan shuts
off so both the relay & fuse seem to be OK.
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