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1991 honda drivers side fan runs after engine shut off

DRIVER SIDE FAN UNDER HOOD RUNS AFTER SHUTTING ENGINE OFF FOR SOME TIME

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  • Samuel Charles Spriggs May 11, 2010

    If this is within 10-15 minutes of shutting off the engine, this is normal. Is that the case?

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If the engine is hot the electric fan will run until it is cool. As long as the engine isn't overheating and the fan doesn't run for more than 10 minutes or so it should be ok. If it has two radiator fans they should both be running though.

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