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My fan on the passenger side will not stop running when car is off it kills my battery

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  • mtackett64 Apr 17, 2009

    my cooling fan on right side of my raidator run all the time even when car is off

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This is caused by the blower motor speed control resistor module being defective, it is located just to the side of the blower motor under the pass side dash, it is held to the outside of the airduct by a couple of screw.

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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    yadayada Apr 17, 2009

    u did not say the engine cooling fan, so I was handicapped right away, the fan issue is most often the ac/heater fan. the cooling fan u refer to is operated by a relay, replace it. Please change the rating, the mistake was your lack of all the correct information.

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