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Radiator fans prblem

My car is 1.6 L the problem is that the fans is started even if it's in the morning when i touch the controller that attached on the radiator it hangs &
turns faster & sometimes goes off.

I've checked the wires & sockets it's OK I've cleaned the terminals for all sockets but my attempt fails & same problem.

thanks brothers
ahmed

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Replace it, that is the heat switch to turn the fan on when it reaches the right temp

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