The relay is sticklng. Get a manual on your car from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM and get acquainted with your car. They are about $9 More than likely your temperature sensor switch on the radiator is stuck closed. It should be located on bottom of the radiator. Really easy to replace just make sure the engine is cold, then make sure your radiator cap is on tight. after that just screw the old one out and quickly put the new one in. Due to vacuum in the radiator you shouldn't have to much coolant come out in the process.
The cooling fan is electric and the sensor reads that your car is hot. It stays on, even when the car is off so that it can cool your engine to acceptable temperatures. If it didn't, and the car remains too hot, it can warp parts and destroy your engine. If the fan runs for an exceptionally long time, and drains your battery giving you a no start or weak battery slow start condition, you may have a bad cooling fan relay.
have you changed the battery
No actually from what i learned it drains the power of the battery.
Yes by not recharging the handset until it drains the battery.
Well it maybe that the battery is to small for the truck or the alternator is bad
Yes it will, it drains the battery so I suggest to use a regular wallpaper.
Yes, but it drains you battery fast.
Dead cell in the battery requiring a replacement battery or some light is on that is draining the battery. Can also be a stuck relay.
the diodes in the alternator have gone
check to see if the glove box light is on.
Bad charging system, bad battery, short that drains battery... the list goes on. Without more specifics, it's hard to tell. Bad charging system, bad battery, short that drains battery... the list goes on. Without more specifics, it's hard to tell.
Almost anything. On newer model vehicles, the engine's computer drains the battery constantly, as does the stereo. Short circuits can cause a drain. Any electrical system that is left on will drain the battery. Even a disconnected battery will lose charge over time and the older the battery, the faster it drains. Also a battery with a dead cell will discharge itself, usually overnight.
I have heard the alternator does it,cold drains the battery too,if it's not started for awhile can kill it.
you have an unknown drain on the battery. have an automotive electrical shop trace the problem. Depends on how battery is draining. If you charge it with jumpers or charging "device" and it drains quickly, like within a couple hours of use after a full charge, you may have an alternator problem. At the auto shop visit suggested above, have them check your alternator (it creates the energy that the battery stores...no energy generation, the battery then drains what you put in it with a jump or a charging device). Other problem may be bad battery, which can't hold a charge.
It is definitely caused by a problemtic cooling fan relay. When the bad relay shorts internally, it causes the fan to stay on at all times which drains the battery.
Electric eels are cutting devices used by plumbers to clean blocked drains.
no the battery life drains quickly & it super slow
Then something is on pulling power from the battery. Check all lights and relays.
The cells in your battery could be dying, instead of buying one, use someones to try it, if it drains that one it sounds as though your altanator is shot. Good luck.
either plug it in to a charger or take off the alarm, it drains the battery
Why is Coolant overflowing from the cooling tank at times and drains down into the left rear well?
Have you had the alternator tested? It may not be regulating the energy to the battery, causing it to drain
The battery will discharge if left for a long time as some current always drains to Earth. They can normally be recharged.