I have a 2004 facelift 1.8 auto turbo, that has a transmission oil cooler located in the drivers wheel arch.
Anyway, while doing some work around the passenger fuse box I noticed that a fuse had melted, on checking what that fuse fed it was indeed for the cooler. I replaced the fuse and while I was at it swapped the relay that was near by, just eliminate that from causing the melting.
Have just come from a 50 mile trip and the fan is staying on.........when should it cut out, the car has been cooling down for an hour and the fan is still on( obviously when the ignition is switched on).
Could it be the temp switch fitted to the fan? One thing I did do between changing the fuse and relay, noticed the old relay was getting really hot??
Any techicks have any ideas?????