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    Thread: Radiator Fan/Fuel Pump Wont Turn Off - 90 G60

    1. n00b
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      09-16-2020 08:19 PM #1
      Hello everyone,

      My fan wont turn off and fuel pump is constantly running. I have searched allover the forums and followed the suggestions but still haven't found a solution for my situation.

      I have replaced the fan radiator switch (V15-99-1951-2), the fuel rail pressure sensor (357919081), and made sure the single wired fan run on switch is unplugged and NOT grounded.

      Now, when I unplug the fuel rail pressure sensor the fuel pump will stop running even with the new sensor installed.

      The car has no overheating issues, temp under the hood is normal, and its not hot where I'm located.

      Any ideas? Thanks in advance

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    3. Junior Member
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      09-16-2020 08:40 PM #2
      It’s the fan itself sometimes do you have another one to test?

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      09-16-2020 08:41 PM #3
      Also kinda sends ignition switch related almost just because it’s always the ignition switch

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    6. n00b
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      09-16-2020 08:56 PM #4
      No I dont have a fan to test but ill look into it! And I've replaced the ignition switch not too long ago with a brand new one.

    7. n00b
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      09-16-2020 08:58 PM #5
      Could the fuel pump and fan issue be tied together somehow? They both started acting up at the same time

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      09-16-2020 08:58 PM #6
      Was it a quality one or just a cheap one my corrado seems to eat them


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      09-16-2020 09:02 PM #7
      The ignition switch would be a good place to start atleast it’s the least reliable part and you should be able to find a procedure on here with steps to bypass it temporarily to test the switch so if you did that and the pump and fan start acting right you’d know you just need a switch


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    10. n00b
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      09-16-2020 11:07 PM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by DeadInside View Post
      The ignition switch would be a good place to start atleast it’s the least reliable part and you should be able to find a procedure on here with steps to bypass it temporarily to test the switch so if you did that and the pump and fan start acting right you’d know you just need a switch


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      Ill try this out thanks man

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