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Chevy Cruz cooling fan runs constantly while car is on

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#1 OFFLINE   Jgrays08


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Posted 11 February 2017 - 02:43 PM

I have a 2014 Chevy Cruz ltz and recently my cooling fan comes on within a a minute or two of starting my car and constantly runs while the car is on. The car is not overheating. No warning lights. Coolant level is fine and it's been pretty cold in the northeast lately so I'm not sure what could be making the fan run constantly. I'm assuming it's a cooling fan relay which is located in the fuse box but just wanted some feed back if it could be anything else. I'd prefer to just change the part myself if it's something so simple.

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Posted 14 June 2017 - 11:52 AM

Not sure if you are talking about the cooling fan in the engine, or the fan in the passenger cab. If the engine coolant fan, it is simply on to help draw air through the radiator to keep the coolant cool, even in cold weather. If it is in the cab, it is on to keep air moving through the area. I don't think it is a defect, but a call to a chev mechanic could alleve your concern.

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Posted 15 June 2017 - 11:20 AM

Yeah, I think it's pretty normal as well. But you can call your dealer and make sure. They will tell you right away if it is okay. I always call whenever something is on my mind and so did my friend when he had his car on DSRLeasing deal. Asking never hurts. Cheers

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