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A fan stays on after i turn my ignition off.

Just recently a fan in the front of my 01 dodge dakota truck has been staying on. my check engine light came on when this started. i unplugged the battery because it would not turn off. the fan is right next to my radiator. soooo any ideas????

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  • Steven Brock May 11, 2010

    staying on for a few minutes or like hours?

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It sounds like you have a bad relay in your cooling fan and you may have to replace it

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