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Old 16 Jun 2011, 12:05 pm
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Unhappy 2000 Accord SE

2 Weeks ago we replaced the fuse for the radiator fan in my accord after the gauage showed it was over heating. It worked great, but yesterday it started to show over heating again. Once again the larger of the two radiator fans is not working but the fuse tester indicates the fuse is fine. Any Ideas of what the problem might be? How would I test the relay switch to see if that is what the problem might be?
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