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Fanning running Hello, the fan on my 2007 Jetta is loud and runs for about 10 seconds after I shut the car off. The dealer says it's normal. Does anyone else have this problem?

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If no engine lights are coming on, and the dealership has diagnosed it normal, I wouldn't worry. Electric fans may stay on even after the car is shut off to help cool the engine. Usually there is a warning in the engine bay stating this.

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