98 Honda Civic Ex - It first started to overheat and a mechanic said it was the radiator cap. Replaced, works for a few months, overheats again. This time, engine lights came on, I can smell a burnt smell from the fuse box and kinda sounded like the brown chip, all the relay works just fine because I swap cooling fan relay with condenser and both works. The fan motor is dead so I replaced the whole fan and motor. Flush the radiator off of gunks and else. Both hose are hot if idle for a few minute. The only problem now is when I turn a/c on, cooling fan doesn't turn on with it. The cooling fan works but it dose not turn on as much as it should. Maybe because of the burned smell in fuse box in engine bay that shorted the first fan motor? Fan doesn't spin as much as it used to. This causes bubbling in the reservoir. Could this be the temperature sensor? Or the burned smell from the fuse box? How much does it cost to replace the fuse box?
Sunday, September 16th, 2007 AT 12:32 AM