If you do alot of work in one spot...and not moving, there is no air being pushed past the motor to cool it down.. This may be the culprit.. I know you can't change what your doing, but this may be why the fan keeps coming on and staying on..
I agree...Honda Mechanic will pop up after he gets off work and tell you the temps... Knowing how hot you can go and what temp you are at will help you either stop or monitor it before you do damage to the motor. Good investment for the work you do.....
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