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2.4 engine fans stay on with key out

Jumped battery & both fans came on. disconected fans,charge battery I swamp fan relay with known goodrelay from heater blower moter

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I know this can happen on hyundais and i suggest completly disconecting the battery for 5 minutes then reconnecting this resets the entire computer system

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