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My engine fan does not shut off even after removing key. it will also kick on when sitting in the driveway without having been driven

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Sound like you have a bad fan relay and its sticking on. The relay is under the hood in a fuse box. It should be labled fan relay somewhere in the fuse box. They are ushally about $20 at the dealer.

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While checking things out, have your Expedition sit there in the driveway with the engine running at idle (in park) and with the hood open, see if your fan kicks on....if it doesn't after your engine heats up to operating temperature (about 5-8 minutes running at idle) check the fuse.

This should get you started in the right direction....checking the fan/fuse/fluid is free and can be done immediately!

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My 2004 dodge durango runs hot when sitting in traffic but when I start moving again it goes back to normal and it also seems to lack coolant even after filling it up


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