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Im almost sure that your problem is a broken or leaking heater core and needs to be replaced cose 1 your coolant level allways will be low due to the leak and 2 it could damage your blower fan motor. if in winter time you need the heat fixit... If not you could cancel the 2 waters hoses going to the heater core. hope this helps.
You can unplug the fan so it doesnt run the battery dead. Typically what happens with these vehicles is that a failing radiator fan burns out the solid state fan relay, this can also cause the relay to short and supply continuous voltage to the fan assembly. The relay is located below the passenger headlamp but you will need to remove the front bumper to access it.
Sounds like your fan relay is stuck. Look in the engine area for your fuse box, there will be a list for the relays inside. Try pulling the one for the fan. Fans are powered all the time not just ignition on
A simple test would involve disconnecting the fan switch while the fan is on. If the fan then stops the switch has failed. If the fan continues to run remove the relay , if the fan then stops the relay has failed. Various inputs/outputs at the relay should be confirmed to be 100% certain something strange isn't going on. Above all be careful of the fan itself , if it's running obviously but if it's not it could start during repair
If you follow the wires from the fan, you will notice a square box which is called a relay. These relays have a tendency to fail. It may need to be replaced. You can test the resistance of the relay with an ohmmeter or multi-meter. If the relay is good, either the fan motor or sensor is shot.