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Hi  just today my radiator fan doesn't turn off anymore unless I unplug battery or the fuse

 

2006 Honda Accord V6

which fan? Please follow all the instructions when posting. Thanks.

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Posted by: @chuche1991

What can be the issue

Start simple, swap or instal a new fan relay and check if that solves the problem. 

In some cases though, the cooling fan/s may continue to run (for a short while) even after you’ve shut off the vehicle (to cool the engine), and that’s normal. 

Thank you I appreciate it mine has been on until the battery dies like it doesn't turn off thats why I'm so confused

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Posted by: @chuche1991

my fan doesn't turn off anymore

In this scorching heat, I say leave it on, perpetually!

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Did you try both the relays? -

https://www.driveaccord.net/threads/2007-radiator-fan-wont-turn-off-key-out.424401/post-5378857

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Yes I tried both sensors

Sensors or condenser and cooling fan relays? Have you tried pulling out all relays (one at a time), till the fan stops? Also, are both fans staying on? Or just one?

Yes I have pulled them out and only way the fan turns off is if I take out the fuse for it. The fan that is not turning off is the radiator fan only.

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My 2006 accord V6  started having this issue with the cooling fan it does not turn off even though the car is off unless I unplug the battery or unless I take the fuse out. What can be the issue. That

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I have already replaced the fan relay and the fan itself checked the wires they seem to be ok also the temp sensor and still the fan keeps on going when the car off until it kills the battery. Can someone help cuz I'm stumped on this issue. Could it possibly be my thermostat. There are no leaks or anything of that matter

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Hi I have a 2006 accord V6 which the fan will not turn off when car is off. Already replaced the relay and the coolant temp sensor and the fan itself and checked the wiring to make sure that there is not ripped wires. Can my thermostat possibly cause this issue or what else could be the problem since I am stumped at this point.

why are you posting this question again?

I didn't know I couldnt thanks won't do it again

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