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My Ford Mondeo fan comes on nearly all the time, and the engine is kept too cool so the interior heating hardly works at all. We fitted a new thermostat but the problem is still there. How can we stop the fan from coming on when it shouldn't be?

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You must change the cooling fan relay.that makes it go on so often

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