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Radiator isn't running when the car is running, it starts when i shut off the car. I dont know if its wiring or something with the radiator?

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A very confusing problem. Radiator running? ,do you mean the fan? And the oil filled category conflicts.
Ok, if it is the car the fan will not come on until it exceegs operating temperature. It comes on when you turn off the engine because with a stop of circulation, the coolant in the engine spikes or rises in temp and the fan just keeps it from boiling over and forcing coolant out through the radiator cap vent. Nothing to be concerned about. _Ned_

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