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Cooling fan is always on as long as car is running

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Bad sensor or relay stuck on
a/c pressure switch can also cause this

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This is because the thermostat is stuck. Its located on the engine close to the manifold it needs to be replaced. But for good news I dont consider that a problem as your sure now your sor wont ever overheat.!!!

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