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Radiato fan won stop running on a 1993 audi 90 s

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I assume from your description that the fan will run until the battery is dead?

Sounds like your fan control relay (underhood, large fuse panel/box) or fan control switch is stuck. Both very simple to replace.

Fan control relay

Fan control switch

I hope this helps

Posted on May 06, 2010

  • dianehockeym Jan 13, 2014

    I can't see any thing that says fan relay... is there a short form for it or something?

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