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I have a 2002 Lincoln LS V8. It has dual climate controls and I resently had to have the valve behind the dash replaced. Now the cooling fan seems to run all the time and is very loud. What can be causing this problem.

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I believe the fan does run all the time at some speed but you here it now because of the noise. The fan will probably have to come out to be repositioned in the housing or to determine if the noise is the fan itself.

Posted on Aug 04, 2010

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