Question about Jaguar S-Type
Try disconnect the two wires on the thermostatic switch on the radiator and see if that makes the fan switch off. If that is not the problem then it must be the relay for the fan (I take it you mean the radiator fan?)
If it is the heater fan, the problem would most likely be the switch. Here, get too the back of the switch and remove the main supply lead which should make the fan go off. There will not be a relay in that circuit.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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