Question about 2005 Mini Cooper
Just as the intial post. Just tonight cooling fan continues after car is off. Does not turn off even after extended period. No low fluids, not overheating.
The relay that controls the fan may have been stucked close. Pull out that relay, the fan should stop. Then examine the relay. Put 12volt to it, it should click, then click again when power is removed. If relays is okay final check is the temperature sensor associated with the cooling fan. Make sure it is not shorted. The resistance should varry with temperature. Use an ohmmeter, and dip it in hot water. Resistence should get lower as you dip in hot water. vice versa. Do the relay check first before doing all these CTS(coolant temperature sensor) check.
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