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Both radiator fans run continuosly when the battery is connected.

Both radiator fans on my 1994 Altima will turn on when you connect power to the battery. I have to disconnect the battery to turn the fans off. Note that I just had the radiator fans replaced. The fans just continue to run as long as the battery is connected. Any idea what might be wrong?

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If it didn't do it before you had the fans replaced i'd say that they forgot to re-connect a wire to the ignition or something, causing it to have a continuous current, take it back to where you had the fans done and they should fix it free of charge, after all they did it.

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if it would run, then we can trace the other two pins.

one pin should be directly connected to +12.

test this by using your volt meter.

the the other pin should be connected to your temperature controller that should give negative signal once the engine is hot. the temperature controller should short it out with the engine block which is a source of negative signal.

that should complete the circuit and should energize the relay that would in turn run the fAN,...

i hope you can follow all the tests...

cheers,

drcool


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