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Radiator cooling fan will not go off when the car has shut off

What would cause  this the fan stays  on period on a dode neon 1998?

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Could be a bad fan relay try to remove the fan relay this will at least shut it off so you dont kill your battery. But dont run car without it. Try to do a diagnosis on relay

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