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Toyota highlander 2004 one engine fan stays on and heater fan when take the key out

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Engine fans can stay on after the ignition key is removed if the engine is hot, but should shut off automatically after a short time. If the heater fan shuts off when the driver's door is opened, this is probably normal also.

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