2011 Hyundai Santa Fe radiator fan keep ruuning when car stop

Asked by Aug 23, 2015 at 09:47 AM about the Hyundai Santa Fe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car was parked and radiator fan constantly on

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Not sure on your system but on some of them with fans, they will cool down the radiator & motor to a certain temperature before turning off. As long as the fan turns off on its own, otherwise there is another problem.

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If this is the radiator fan still running when car is off, you will have to replace the relays. Replace relays for Hi, low and condenser fan.

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Can't find part numbers for the relays. Any idea where I can find them?

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Ask at the part store, and they also can tell you the location of it. Another thing it could be is a sensor, like the water temp sensor. Start with the relays.

I was able to locate the relays. The odd thing is that when I do a search on the part number (which is stamped on the relay),95230-2P030, it says the part is not compatible with the vehicle - 2011 Hyundia Santa Fe.

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Still take it to the dealer would be the best bet, some of though's numbers are manufacturing # and don't mean anything to what you are looking for.

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