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Electrical problrm the 2 front fans are always on when z car is on

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My specialist electrician said the problem was in the button (on-off)of z A/C ON Z panel of z driver.By z way my car is 1992.WHEN Z ENGINE GETS HEATED THE 2 FANS WORK FASTER AS ZEY USUALLY SHOULD DO.ZEN ZEY SLOW DOWN TO NORMAL SOFT SPEED.HIS DECISION IS TO LEAVE IT LIKE THAT AS IT CAUSES NO HARM.BEST GREETINGS TO YOU ALL.

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