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Radiator Fan continuously running with engine off, discharging battery

Renault Laguna 2.0 - Mod 2000- Automatic- Gulf specs/Dubai.
The radiator Fan is continuously running even when I turn off the engine.
Seems like the computer is activating the high speed relay.
Removing the temperature detector cable (on the radiator) doesnt stop the fan .

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It is not the fault: for long time Renault has that concept, that is to prevent engine oveheating when coolant circulation is suddenly stopped.

Radiator fan can continue to work up to 10 minutes after engine is off. You should worry about it only if it wouldn't stop even after 10 minutes.

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