vw touran 2004 large radiator fan stops but smaller fan stays on after turning car off. I have to disconnect it to stop. any ideas would be great.

Asked by Jul 12, 2015 at 11:12 AM about the 2004 Volkswagen Touran

Question type: Maintenance & repair

6 Answers

200

Try letting it run and time how long it takes before it turns off ? If engine is running a little more hot then normal the fan will stay on until it senses that it is cool enough to shut off or could be a bad coolent temperature sensor.

Thanks for the reply. I turned the car off. came back out an hour later and it was still going..

200

Yeah that's a little bit to long. Check coolent temperature sensor.

Where is that on the car?

200

It is screwed into the engine block were on your vehicle I do not no. Google your question may be a video on where it is located on your vehicle and may also show you how to change it.

brilliant thanks

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