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Engine fans Both of my engine fans on my 2005 chevy silverado run continuously, while running. My truck is not over heating and does not bring up a check engine light. The sensors have been replaced and I have not found any wiring problems. I am thinking that the computer might be bad but before I replaced that I wanted to see if anyone else had a similar issue and a solution.

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Have you checked the fan relay?

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