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The interior fan in my 2004 Touareg continues to run after the car is turned off.

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Try replacing the resistor for the fan

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Interior Fan Motor won't stop 2004 VW Touareg

Find and replace the Blower fan relay, not sure where it is on your VW but it's common to be in with the fuse box by the battery. Good luck and hope this helps. When the relay goes bad from the heat of the electrical current, it seizes and does not disengage keeping the connection causing the ran to keep running. 

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