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I was just wondering if there is any specific reason why post 91 d engines have coolant fan temp switch on the thermostat housing before the thermostst instead of on the back of the block ?? any advantages??
 

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Cause the fan only needs to come on when the coolant exiting the radiator is too hot.
 

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so im guessing that prolongs the life of the radiator fan motor.

i think ill try that in my crx. seems like my fan is always on ......
 

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so im guessing that prolongs the life of the radiator fan motor.

i think ill try that in my crx. seems like my fan is always on ......
I know you are turbo now, what radiator are you running and what t-stat. I always go with OEM on tstat no matter what.
 

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im running a stock crx full size radiator with 95 integra condensor fan that was modified to fit. im running a parts store stat at the moment. ill be getting a honda stat come pay day...
 

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also thinking of putting an insulated shield on the turbo side of the radiator. im sure that side of the radiator is obsorbing heat drom the turbo.
 
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