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Its most likely running because of 1 of 2 things.
The relay is stuck closed so is powering the fan as soon as the ignition is switched on
The water temp switch that turns it on to prevent overheating is stuck . This is usually on the thermostat housing. Try pulling the plug and see if the fan stops?
Check the relay by swapping another(Headlights?) to see if that does it.

2005 Seat... | Answered on Feb 16, 2016

-Replace new one.

Good luck


2005 Seat... | Answered on May 18, 2015

well if your pedal went to the floor. that means you blew the line or you lost the fluid. either way you will need to figure out what is leaking and then replace the part. if you got fluid in the res. then the master could be bad

2005 Seat... | Answered on Jan 23, 2015

cigarette lights are held in by the outside case being screwed up from the back. pull the earth wire of the case and undo it

2005 Seat... | Answered on Dec 20, 2014

dear . you should check turbo charger . make sure the engine oil is on level .

2005 Seat... | Answered on Nov 30, 2014

dear . you need to replace cable between steering and steering col um . around cable can be fix after you check the turn to right and left should be same .check all fuse . ( this cable cut out and connect to ground now

2005 Seat... | Answered on Nov 29, 2014

secondary ground wire fried!!? this tells me that your main ground did lose its contact somewhere.usually opposite the battery side. when this happens, and you try to say, start the car, all that amperage will follow any available ground it can find, usually through the actual wiring harness that covers the entire car. see, most vehicles have 2 ground cable setups..a main, and a secondary.. the main consists of the large cables as well as "ground straps" which look flat and are made of braided wire and run from the car body to the block and areas like that. now if these fail or loose connection, the only other source for grounding will be the loop i the harness which is not big enough to handle the amperage needed to run the starter motor when activated by the ignition key. now since yours burnt up, it must be replaced and all ground wires checked..also check for shorts in the system elsewhere, with a meter if necesary, you can also disconnect the battery entirely and connect a 6 amp battery charger directly to the cables(like charging the car without the battery) and if there is a short, the guage on the charger will peg over without fear of fire you will hear a buzzing sound where the short is (usually)..I have used this trick to find shorted blower heater motors or wiper motors on big trucks..if this ground wire is wrapped into the actual harness setup, you will need to replace it by cutting loose the old one, run a new wire into any part of the system thats not damaged, usually near the headlight fixtures, then run it back to the original starting point ,then its process of elimination as to what will work and what wont, remember, all circuits will function some with the charger attached instead of the battery, you will hear a buzzing or humming especially when checking the radio..good luck

2005 Seat... | Answered on Jan 13, 2013

cable on accelerator is lose or not connected

2005 Seat... | Answered on Oct 30, 2012

You do not have the air bled out or the slave is also defective, suggest you replace the slave then try again using a vacuum clutch bleeding tool like the one make by a company called MITYVAC

2005 Seat... | Answered on Jun 17, 2012

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