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Ac fan staying on Cut car off and ac still on and take out ignition and it still stays on

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If the blower motor,or the cooling fans are staying on,then it is a relay stuck.Find the relay,by removing relays one by one,replacing them back as you go.When the relay is unplugged,the fan will go off,If you put it back in,it will probley not come back on unless you turn the ac back on,then it will do it again.Replace the relay with a new one.I hope this is helpful,let me know if it is.

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