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Old 01-02-2009, 07:53 AM   #1
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Default fan will not turn off and killed my battery overnight

ok for starters i searched but could not find this specific problem. I woke up this morning to a completely dead battery and i suspect that it is due to my condenser fan since when i got home last night and shut the car off the fan was still going, i paid no attention to it because these cars are notorious for having the fan run a few minutes after they are shut off. After replacing the batt and driving for awhile then turning it off, the fan kept running and i had to remove the condenser fan fuse to make it stop. Since then i've been driving with it in then taking it out whenever the car is not in use. 95 4dr lx 5spd, any help would be appreciated.


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It could be a bad radiator fan control module (located under the driver side dash), a bad fan relay, or a bad connection somewhere.
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I would check the relays first.
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Relay, happened on my '00 Durango.
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i did hear some clicking noises coming from the condenser fan relay in the fuse box, ill replace that
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does anyone have the relay information for a 92 integra-gsr. I am having the same issue with my radiator fan which does not turn off. I did in install an aluminum Mishimoto Radiator and new AC fan. However, I did keep the stock radiator fan and that is the one that will not turn off when the car is off. any ideas?
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Default Re: fan will not turn off and killed my battery overnight

I have the same issue. 92 ls teg. Except, my main doesn't come on, only the secondary. Have no problem overheating but it still bugs me. Mine would stay on all night. I was told that the relay module that sits near the passenger side wheel well controls the main fan. the other relay modules near the driver front headlights control the secondary. I bypassed the sensor by unplugging the sensor, and placing a wire, no more than an inch long, in both ends of the connector. This sends a straight signal to the fan, turning it on. If your fan is good after testing with the battery, try this. On both plugs. They sit behind your motor under the intake manifold. Follow the harness. They should come on with the ignition off. It's also safer than testing with the battery. Try it!
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