FAN SWITCH PRO
1998 Honda Civic • 4 cylinder 4WD Automatic • 151,000 miles
Hello, Today I replaced my bad fan switch with one from napa auto parts. The switch works great and the fan goes on alot now but there is one problem. I was parked and ther guage was going up and the fan wasnt coming on then I wasmoving the connector around that plugs into the fan switch and it kept going on and off? What do I do now? Thanks
June 4, 2012.
June 4, 2012.
Are we talking about the connector that plugs into the new blower fan switch you bought?
I'm talking about the connector that goes on this part. I move that around and the fan goes off and on like its not a good connection
Is there anyway you can unplug the sensor and take a pic of the connectors terminals post the pic for me to see?Sounds like you could have a open terminal.
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