2006 Hynudai Santa Fe cooling fan comes on and stays on. won't shut off.

Asked by Nov 02, 2014 at 08:17 PM about the 2006 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS 2.7L

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

replaced radiator and when engine heats up, fan kicks in but does not turn off. Help!

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Is coolant at proper level? Low coolant can cause this to happen due to an air pocket in the cooling system. Did you properly bleed all the air out of system when you replaced the radiator?

Yes, we put in coolant and made sure there was no air pocket.

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Oh ok. Sometimes after driving a vehicle that has had a radiator replaced the fluid level will drop and need topping off again. Just a thought.

did that too. any other suggestions?

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Is ac or defrost on? If so the fans should be on. If one of them is on turn it off and see if fans stop.

no, just driving around with windows open.

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