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on my 96 integra, its blazing hot outside and im running my AC at full blast. My temp needle is almost at the center, not quite. Still with the engine on, and the AC going, I check my car and I only see one fan running. The fan that is not running is the right fan (one closest to air filter). Is this normal? Your input would be appreciated
 

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Check your radiator fan switch, coolant fan relay, and it's fuse. Are you watching it for a long period of time? Sometimes it takes a while to come on, but it should be on with the ac fan at all times.
 

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Yeah that's the rad fan it should be on most of the time especially when your AC fan is on. Check the relay and the switch.

Does it turn on sometimes at least? Or is it just always off?
 

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InLtegSra94 on Sep/04/07 said:
Yeah that's the rad fan it should be on most of the time especially when your AC fan is on. Check the relay and the switch.

Does it turn on sometimes at least? Or is it just always off?
its about 100 degrees outside. I've never seen the other fan on before. I'm not sure where the relay switch is at or which fuse it is. I'm gonna try and search for some more info.. but i appreciate your guys help. I'm pretty sure theres something wrong. Its blazing hot, my temp needle is almost at half, my AC is at full bast, and i've been driving around for about 1/2 hour and i check with the car running still, and the AC still on, and the other fan isnt on. So im sure theres something wrong now. thanks again
 

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InLtegSra94 on Sep/04/07 said:
Yeah that's the rad fan it should be on most of the time especially when your AC fan is on. Check the relay and the switch.

Does it turn on sometimes at least? Or is it just always off?
I'm going to check tomorrow with the car on, and the AC off and see if theres any fan running. From what you're saying.. if you're the driver seat still.. the left fan is the AC fan? thanks
 

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the bigger fan is the coolant fan(passenger side), the smaller is the A/C (driver side)
 

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Yeah, jump the ECT sensor connector near the thermostat housing with a little wire and if the fan turns on then you found the problem. Then you can run a toggle switch off of the connector, or just keep the wire in and have the fan on when the key is turned.
 

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if the fan temp switch was bad, the fan would still turn on when the ac kicks on... check the fan fuse, relay and the fan itself.
 
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