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    Problem with driver side fan

    Today I tried to start my engine after a week break. When I started on to my ignition I heard strange screams from ECU and the driver automatic belt stopped and started go ahead very, very slow. I noticed my radio didnt operate, headlights are very low, horn didnt do. So I thought my battery died. I opened the hood and I saw that driver side fan is on!!! And My last drive was a week ago!! So it had to go on by 7 days!! I diconnected my battery and what I should do now? I have `93LS manual with AC.
    What`s wrong with the fan that it still on?

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    Originally posted by Adam
    Today I tried to start my engine after a week break. When I started on to my ignition I heard strange screams from ECU and the driver automatic belt stopped and started go ahead very, very slow. I noticed my radio didnt operate, headlights are very low, horn didnt do. So I thought my battery died. I opened the hood and I saw that driver side fan is on!!! And My last drive was a week ago!! So it had to go on by 7 days!! I diconnected my battery and what I should do now? I have `93LS manual with AC.
    What`s wrong with the fan that it still on?
    Temp. switch gone, or short of some kind, unplug fan, and see what happens, that said, I think if the fan was on for 7 days the batt. would be dead dead dead. 94

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      #3
      it would most likely be the thermo switch, i have the same problem and i am going to fix it within the week.

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