I have 1997 Honda Accord. Just over 200,000 miles. It was one owner before who was family so I know it was well taken care of. I purchased it a little over a year ago. I have two issues/questions. The first being, when it's extremely hot outside, as in 90+ degrees and I drive it for any lengthy amount of time. Usually 30 minutes or more, when I turn the car off it takes about 5 minutes for the fan to go off. Why is this? And, also, when driving and then turning it off it smells like it's overheating. A burning smell almost. The car is not overheating though and my oil is fine. It's not low and its not due to be changed for a few hundred more miles. Is this just issues of an older car with high mileage or is something wrong. I do know that I need a new o2 sensor. The check engine light has always been on and I had it ran on a machine and was told it was the oxygen sensor. I know this effects gas mileage etc. But was told that it would not "hurt" my car in driving without replacing the o2 sensor. Thanks
have the same problem?
Wednesday, September 15th, 2010 AT 12:49 PM