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Vw coraddo 16v 2 litre 1992

Why is the fan on my vw coraddo still running on when i switch off the ignition to the point where it flattens the battery ? i have checked the water level and that seams ok ?

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Your cooling fan relay is gone or you have a bad ground or temp sensor is gone start with relay and look for a bad ground.

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