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My car is subaru legacy 1993, non turbo,the problem is the radiator fan is working all times even the key is on the ON position.

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  • generals_lin Oct 07, 2009

    where about that relay locate in the car

  • generals_lin Oct 07, 2009

    thanks for help

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The relay to the fan seems to have gone as it is supposed to work only beyond a certain temperature. Now it seems to be keeping the fan on always.

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