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My fan keeps coming on after my car turns off and draining my battery and the car is not hot. how do i get the fan to satay off

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The fan runs on a temperature sensor and operates according to engine temperature.(even with the engine off).I would suggest this is faulty.To locate this trace the wires from the fan

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The fan is only supposed to come on when there is excess heat .. in normal driving conditions it doesn't start. When you start your car in the morning the fan won't come on because the engine is cold.

With a hot engine - and it depends how hot the engine is - the fan will only kick in to prevent overheating. In heavy slow moving traffic or a traffic jam, the fan will kick in if needed.

The air flow through the radiator is usually sufficient -in normal driving conditions - to cool the engine.

When you park up and the car has a hot engine, the fan will kick in. This is perfectly normal. It is caused by a surge of hot coolant triggering the fan sensor. Perfectly normal.

The fan then should cut out after a while .. maybe 2-3 minutes at the most. If the fan runs continuously that suggests a fault in the temperature sensor switch.

Next time - wait by the car and see how long it takes for the fan to quit after you have parked up. It should stop of its own accord after a couple of minutes.

If the fan cuts off after a short while, and your battery is becoming drained, that's probably a battery or alternator fault.

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I have a problem with my Mazda xedos 1995. The car keeps overheating and the fan does not kick in. Does anybody have any advise on how to check the fan and how to get it started again. Thanks in advance


Remove the fan sender unit wire which should be around the cylinder head the best way to locate it is to go by the wiring frm the fan to the sender unit.
Ones found , switch 'on' the igntion and then pull the wire from the sender unit , the fan should come 'on' there. if not thn the fan could have gone, probabely it could be the brushes inside, the best way to do is to replace the complete fan assy.

You can also check the fan by disconnecting the wires from around where its fitted there must be a connector, remove the connection and get two wires and connect it to the fan wiring and the others to the live and negative if the battery, the fan , if it' s ok should roar here, if the fans ok then the sender unit maybe faulty, you will have to replace it.
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