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Old 04-05-2011, 11:54 AM   #1
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Cooling Fan Wiring???

Bought a 96 with aftermarket cooling fan, has been wired to the battery and uses a remote temp sensor. Fan will run when the car is shut down untill water temp is down, sometimes takes quite a while and can't be good for the battery.
On a standard configuration will the fan run when the car is shut down?
Also water temp gage does not work, replaced temp sensor, no fix, gage is dead. May explain the aftermarket fan???
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