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Engine problem I have recently bought a VW Golf MK5 1.4 2005. When I turn off my engine, there is a continuous 'whirring' sound beneath the bonnet, that lasts for about 10-15secs, as though the engine is till running. Does anyone have any idea what could be wrong?

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IT DEPENDS ON A FEW THINGS: THE WEATHER AND/OR HOW YOU DRIVE (AGGRESSIVE OR NOT). ITS A COOLING FAN TO COOL EITHER ON, SOMETIMES BOTH: THE ENGINE AND/OR THE TURBO.

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In hot weather you will hear the Aux fan running. It can be very loud sometimes.

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