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Greetings,

I noticed this when going into work, and now at home. My fan seems to
be stuck on even when the car is completely off. It's been on for
hours. Any suggestions? Thanks.

Paul
 
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> Greetings,
>
> I noticed this when going into work, and now at home. My fan seems to
> be stuck on even when the car is completely off. It's been on for
> hours. Any suggestions? Thanks.


Pull the battery cable as an interim fix before you kill your battery.
 
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<[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Greetings,
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> I noticed this when going into work, and now at home. My fan seems to
> be stuck on even when the car is completely off. It's been on for
> hours. Any suggestions? Thanks.
>
> Paul


This happened to me a few years ago and drove me crazy. It turned out to be
the large connector to the right of the battery connecting to the CCRM which
contains the low speed fan control relay. When I tightened this up,
everything was fine again.
Good luck.....
 
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Great. I'll take a look at this tomorrow morning. I tried finding any
reference to a fan relay in the owner's manual, but of course there was
none.

Paul
 
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> I suspect a fan relay or a temperature sending unit.
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Read much?

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