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Old 06 Nov 2011, 12:46 pm
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Default My 98 Accord radiator hoses are swollen and hold all the pressure but do not release it until...

...the car is off a? I changed the radiator because it had a crack in it. Changed the thermostat and the hoses are still swollen. Fans work with the ac on but dont really see the fan turn on with out the ac on.
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Old 06 Nov 2011, 01:01 pm
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Replace the hoses as soon as you can. No more leaks since it's holding pressure. The temperature sensor for the fan is in the radiator. It only works the fan. The one on the engine is for gauge and computer.
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