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My 2007 ford focus, everytime I turn my car off the fan is still running for more than 15 minutes. Do I need to get my car serviced and will it run my battery down?

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  • mr_ggmunoz Mar 11, 2009

    My car has never done this before that is my concern. Is it normal for a car to do this?

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I wouldn'tworry too much about the fan running after you turn off the vehicle, most newer cars are equipped to do that. As far as running your battery down, the power that the fan uses after the vehicle is turned off will actually run off the surface charge of the battery, you shouldn't have any problems with it draining your battery. Hope this helps.

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  • Ed Warden
    Ed Warden Mar 11, 2009

    You may want to check your coolant level as well, it may be low and causing the fan to stay on longer to cool off the radiator due to the lack of coolant and it getting hotter.

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