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!998 beetle fan works only when ignition is on but not started

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  • mhorton230 Oct 07, 2009

    both fans run when car is in start positon but they will not run when car is idle an runs hot

  • mhorton230 Oct 07, 2009

    engine cooling fan

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Can you please let me know what fan u are talking about here? the engine cooling fan or the Heater/AC fan

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