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Cooling fan only comes on when i turn the a/c on then i turn the a/c off and it stays on for about a minute then goes off and won't come on again unless i turn the a/c back on. 1998 ford escort lx

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U could have a bad fan relay or a blown fuse or a short witch is very common the temp fan switch could be the fault as well good luck

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Check coolant fan switch

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