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help with part number

I have a 98 base..can someone give me the part number for the cooling fan switch..the plug that screws in.the bigger one at the thermostat
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Majestic Honda - The Internet's #1 Honda Automotive Parts Store


There's your start. Now feast on the info you will obtain within that link.
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There's your start. Now feast on the info you will obtain within that link.
I already looked through everything on that site..couldn't find it
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Re: help with part number

Try the radiator or water pump section.
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I already looked through everything on that site..couldn't find it

Everything on that site makes a complete car. Reading diagrams and troubleshooting is something you need to learn in order to maintain a car and keep money in your pockets.


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Try the radiator or water pump section.

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I don't even know if your car is an auto, SH, or has a swap. But in the likely case it's a normal base 5th gen, your switch is in this diagram - go fish.


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Re: help with part number

Hey now,

Thanks Wings!!!!

T'won't that special. I was curious to see if I could find it in under a minute...
But seriously, they have some parts in what seems like strange places.

Used to take me a while to find certain stuff..

I liked how you did the home page link. That way mr bb6 can bookmark his particular car.
I have bookmarks for all the preludes in the herd and forgot there's a home page.
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