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Cooling fan coming on after short trip staying on till it flatterns battery even thou car not hot changed sensor still same this is a 307 estate 1.6

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Had the same problem. Had the sensor switch replaced, but did not cure the problem. A friend told me to get the sofware upgraded. It cost me £90, but the upgrade solved the problem

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