Kent Jackson: Was the car on when u connected the alligator clips to battery to check the
Mark Gardham: Thanks for the video man, helped me out a treat! Now gonna grab a paperclip
and test this relay!
oldskool funk: Great Video SnagEasy, Don't worry about the haters that's never going to
stop just keep on doing what your doing, the haters have personal issues
and cant see past their negativity and DO NOT GET IT, so keep moving
forward and let the haters make you better bro Great Job.
tubejim101: Great video
ImAdapt73: Narrow screen? WTH?
Kent Jackson: What's the torque setting for radiator fan switch?
Kelvin Feliciano: You are not shorting nothing out, you are sending power to the coil inside
the relay. kid
Cristian Martinez: If my raidiator fan doesnt turn on after replacing fan relay, cooling fan
switch, and thermostat can i just put a paperclip in the cooling fan switch
like in the vid when he tested it and keep it like that? Because with the
paperclip the fan turns on when the key is in the on position.. And also my
fan does turn on with the paperclip test so idk wat else it could be
Gregg Hancock: If you only have 1 wire to switch how would u short it
kevykev38: If the fan runs by jumping the two wires going to the fan switch sensor? It
is showing the relay and harness in place is working properly. So it would
point to a problem with the thermostat (even if new) or even a bad thermo
Switch. ( even if new). Test both. Out of the car with boiling water and a
multimeter on the thermo switch. Testing the thermostat in boiling water
you should see it open.
Abu ALI: NICE
BboyV3n0m: nice video!
Robert Martinez: im having truble with my 98 accord so I turned on the a/c to check my fans
work. they come on for about 15 20 sec. and go off and kick back on. I took
it out for a test drive and its still overheating. the fans did kick in
ehen the gage was about 75 %. what could be the problem
Seth Buxbaum: it worked on my acrua tl and i was pulling my hair out, thanx alot man.
camarobossman: great video you are the man. you really helped me understand a lot about
how all this stuff works
MrKoolaidman909: its good to replace yur coolant fan switch and thermostat n all but why not
just wire yur fan direct to ignition ... i mean thats what i do to all my
cars ... i wire my stock or aftermarket stereo head units directly to power
n how yu do that is cut the power n ignition wire on the head unit n wire
them together n wire them 2 to the power wire of the dash harness ... n
result of that ... yu have the ignition wire from the dash harness side
just chilling there ... so what i do is i cut / splice n extend just the
positive wire of the cooling fan ... bring it thru the fire wall the way yu
would a 4 gauge for a sub system ... and wire it to that ignition wire ...
that way yur fan is on at all times ... the moment yu turn to ignition with
yur key ... now in doing it ... yu wont even need yur key in the ignion to
turn the radio on yu just press the power button n its on ... that way yu
wont have to have yur fan on wile yu listen to the stereo when yur car is
off ... do this to all my cars ... old n new ... keeps under the hood cool
at all times
Mars Flee: Thank you! You fixed my problem.
Tino Lopez: Thx man my fan relay was my problem for my 91 integra..
Nataly S: Hi! I have a question, my car needs the connector, but can't seem to find
it new. Do you know where I can get it? or does it come when you buy the
switch. Maybe a dumb question to those who know, but I really don't know
lol. Thank you!
Clay Natvig: sometimes my fan comes on and sometimes it won't causing my car to
overheat, does that mean that the thermostat is probably bad? if the relay
is bad would it not come on at all??
Osvaldo Cardona: how would you check the other relays?
Doug Seifman: The fan is a simple DC motor, it doesn't matter if you connect the clips
backwards. The fan will just turn a different direction.
Cristobal Rodriguez: Thanks for your video, it save me a lot of time and money. I found out that
my cooling fan switch was bad, even before troubleshooting I was thinking
was the radiator fan motor. ThAnks
Tina Navarro: Thank you!
Josh Long: My engine cooling fan is staying on until the car battery dies over night
and I don't know how to fix this
Glenny Glenn: Good stuff brah!
HarmanGill64: I cant get the cooling fan switch out with any of the wrenches i have!!
Feedbacker27: Good video and good English dude. Don't lose your accent, if you do, you
lose your uniqueness and with that the ladies too!
Selwyn Robles: This was a helpful video. I encountered different problem with my radiator
fan. when a/c is on the fan is functioning at low speed and fan speed
doesn't change even the temperature gauge keeps high which affects the
aircondition, but when the a/c is off , the fan will function in high speed
when it reached the mid temperature. I am wondering what to be changed or
to be repaired. hope you help me.
Christopher neita: very very good
Slim: Thank you Sir, your videos helped me a lot. Thanks again.
Munir Shahab: Honda Hot & Cold Diagnosis
P B: Thanks for this video. It is a big help for me to locate the fan relay.
cafesoul Kafesoul: I was told that the Cooling Fan switch is located on the radiator itself,
and that the cooling fan switch next to the thermostat is to keep the
temperature gauge inside the car's dashboard working. I have already
replaced the fan, relay, and cooling fan switch (attached to the
radiator--since the temperature gauge is working). The fan still does not
turn on. Any suggestions?
king tone: honda civic
andrewscott10: thanks man!!!
SnagEasy: It is normal for coolant to come out.
Mohannad Jaradat: hey SnagEasy, is the cooling fan switch another name for the engine coolant
congausa1: relay works, cooling fan switch works, fan also works when test each one
separately but when using paper clip method....the fan not turn one....do
you have any idea??? Thanks.
SnagEasy: Not a problem. Thanks for the comment.
Carlo S: appreicaite the video here is my problem. changed the thermostat switch,
been runnung the fan with a paperclip, in august 2012 i changed the
thermostat, because i was having a major overheating problem. Is it is
possible that the thermostat when bad again, and could the reason be
because i did not connect the fan to it. At one point after i changed it,
it turned on for little bit but my car was parked and it would overheat a
little past half way. WOuld it have went low if i was driving it.
SnagEasy: No problem
Mikey V: ice cream!!!..cool video man gj
crimsonred17: Was this fan the radiator fan or the AC fan? Trying to troubleshoot my
honda accord 93. The AC fan (passenger side) will not come on. Replaced fan
motor, relays are fine. Could it be coolant switch or thermostat?
rockermonster22: Great vid, helped me fix my overheating problem. It was the switch on my
Civic. Thanks again!