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The cooling fans came on after the car had been parked for over an hour

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These fans are controled by a thermostat on the block which has probably gone on the blink it should be in open condition until motor is warm then it closes turning on the fan. Unplug from sensor if fan turns off repace the sensor.

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SOURCE: 98 vw beetle. no cool air. compressor comes on,

its sounds like all you need to do is have it recharged if you do that and it only stays cold for a little while you may have a leak

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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