1991 Honda Civic • 141,000 miles
Fans are not working, thought they would come on after car warm up but started checking and notice that all relays are burned. There is some water, dirt and some grass stuck in there, apparently that car was under water and wires are not in a very good condition. So I want to know how to set the fans to run all time. While car is on obiously. Please help. Thank u
Relays are put in for a reason, just get new relays and put them back to the original connected wires. If not it could cause car to catch on fire if you wire it direct
Well I have a fuse and cable for it, I was told I could make a line with fuse in case that happens but where does it go. Please help. Thank u
Ifyou are just going to go from the switch which I do not advise then connect the yel/grn wire to one end of fuse and dk/blue or blue wire to other end. You will be replacing the coolant switch about every month due to it can't take the power of a fan kicking on that is why a relay is used. Good luck
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