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After I turned off the car today, it still sounded like the fan was running. I opened the hood and something was running, couldn't figure out what it was. I drove it around the block a few times and turned it off again. The problem was gone. What was the noise? Will it happen again? I have a 2001 EX Accord

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It is the radiator cooling fan. It can and does come on at any time! It will sometimes run right after turning of the engine, usually for no more than a minute or two depending on how hot it is. this is a normal operation. There is propbably a sticker on top of the radiator warning you of the fan's operation.

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