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Post by bongopilot on Wed 29 Apr 2015 - 15:35

hi all has anyone else had trouble with a radiator fan running on after stopping the van the temperature gauge reads normal last night it took over an hour to switch off would appreciate any sugestions the engine is a 1.9tdi
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Re: 2000 peugeot exectutive

Post by bikeralw on Wed 29 Apr 2015 - 17:31

I once had this problem on a Peugeot car, I never did find out the cause, but I could always stop the fan by turning the ignition on and off a few seconds after switching the engine off.
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Re: 2000 peugeot exectutive

Post by jt2011 on Wed 29 Apr 2015 - 21:39

bongopilot wrote:hi all has anyone else had trouble with a radiator fan running on after stopping the van the temperature gauge reads normal last night it took over an hour to switch off would appreciate any sugestions the engine is a 1.9tdi

sounds like the fan switch is faulty.

It screws into the bottom of the radiator and has 2 wires going into it.

Pretty easy to change yourself, unscrew the old one and quickly screw the new one in so you don't lose too much coolant.

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Re: 2000 peugeot exectutive

Post by LynD on Thu 7 May 2015 - 20:25

Happened to me August last year. Long story short I ignored it thinking the fan was doing its job. Then I noticed water coming out from under the engine compartment. Garage found a teeny tiny hole in the Outlet Tank and replaced it. However they didn't check the Cooling Fan and less than a month later she was back in the garage as on the last trip the fan was by then not turning off at all and I had to disconnect the battery so it didn't go flat. The fan temperature control switch was replaced and normal service resumed.....until I tried to start her earlier this year (she is driven regularly throughout the winter)and the battery was flat. It was a battery less than 2 years into its 5 year warranty so it did cross my mind that maybe the fan problem was related. Hope that helps you avoid similar problems!
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