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Fan Hi all i have a jaguar sovereign 1995 4.ltr the engine cooling fan will not stop it starts as soon as the ignition is switched on ,any help please.thanks

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  • sylq Dec 29, 2008

    Thanks for your help did what was suggested and joined problem is now fixed great service thanks.

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You have to replace the fan relay. Go to http://alldatadiy.com/ and you can buy a subscription for your car. It has the locations of all the electrical components. The subscription is good for 1 year and will be very helpful to you in the future. Well worth the small cost.

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    John Weathers Dec 29, 2008

    You are welcome. I drive a 1994 Vanden Plas. I have been fixing cars for over 35 years and I always like to help others when I can. Alldata is a great service I own many subscriptions. Again you're welcome and Happy New Year.

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