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Leaking water/coolant After I turn off my engine it makes a bubbling/gurgling noise and then starts leaking water/coolant. Even when I did not have my A/C running.

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  • sjh745 May 16, 2010

    We checked the fans and they only come on when we turn on the A/C. Is that correct?

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I would check to make sure your radiator cooling fan/s are coming on. You may have a bad fan, relay or fuse.

Posted on May 13, 2010

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    James Milzheimer May 16, 2010

    The radiator cooling fans should come on when the A/C is on. But with the A/C off, the fan/s should come on when the engine gets warm. You may have a bad fan switch.

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