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Change the switch in the radiator

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    Colin Stickland Jun 21, 2009

    26 mm spanner needed or a 28mm but yes its easy to do,make sure you refill with antifreeze ,newer models use a relay so start car and if fan starts straight away pull the wiring connector off the switch on the radiator if it stops renew switch if stays on then renew relay



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