Question about Volkswagen Jetta
COOLING FAN KEEPS ON RUNNING, DO NOT STOP UNTIL BATTERY FLAT
Try pulling S19, 30 amp fuse. if nothing, try Fuse S4. if nothing, follow wire from fan to temp sensor and pull plug there. could be caused by shorted wiring. Also, there is a relay directly under the coolant expansion tank and if it's getting coolant spilled on it, that could be your "short".
Posted on Sep 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem, it looks like there are no fuses inline with yhe fan unit. You can drive it and disconnect the fans live connection when you stop, which is a little easier and cleaner than disconnecting the battery. I would not recommend running your car without the fans connected. A cylinder head is more expensive than a fan unit. From what i have read on the net, it would seem that the control wiring is built into the twin fan unit. Have you fixed your fan yet ?
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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