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Audi a4 2002 radiator fan keeps randomly starting

When i switched off my car the other day, the radiator fan came on. it went off when i switched the ignition on, but seems to have started in the garage and drained my battery completely. can anybody point me towards help please? thanks

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    my radiator fan starts upon i turn on ignition switch

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It could be a faulty fan switch, or faulty engine coolant temp sensor or a faulty fan relay

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