just a little something that i invented: this fan is connected to the radiator fan...as the fan runs automatically, this little fan here tells me if the cooling fan is working or not...also provides a

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Asked by Jan 06, 2012 at 07:28 PM about the Honda Civic

Question type: Car Customization

just a little something that i invented: this fan is connected to the radiator fan...as the fan runs automatically, this little fan here
tells me if the cooling fan is working or not...also provides a little breeze of air when A/C is off while city driving...

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Would a little light installed in the empty slot below your vent be a cleaner install? Light turns on when rad fan signaled on.

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yeah it will work but i had this rushed...

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