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There is only one fan which is the radiator fan, it's not a dual fan. Also where is the engine coolant temp fan switch??

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  • lcsecrist Nov 16, 2008

    Coolant fan has been running 4 hours, how do I unplug it?

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The fan sensor is in the radiator.

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