Cooling fan comes on draining battery. how fix?
1990 Acura Legend

Cooling fan comes on draining battery. how fix?

(1990 Acura Legend)
Battery dies repeatedly because the cooling fan is coming on at night and draining the battery
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on April 02, 2012
I'm thinking unplug it at night. Make an app. to get it checked. Don't forget to reconnect plug in morning.
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on April 02, 2012
Thanks for your reply. I have disconnected the negative terminal when Im not driving to keep the battery from draining. But Im here on this site to try to find a cheaper way of fixing the problem than taking it to a pro mechanic (they charge 80 -100 dollars and hour just for labor, never mind parts) But again, thanks for your input.
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on April 02, 2012
I'm thinking unplug it at night. Make an app. to get it checked. Don't forget to reconnect plug in morning.
Sign in to reply
on April 02, 2012
Thanks for your reply. I have disconnected the negative terminal when Im not driving to keep the battery from draining. But Im here on this site to try to find a cheaper way of fixing the problem than taking it to a pro mechanic (they charge 80 -100 dollars and hour just for labor, never mind parts) But again, thanks for your input.

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