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When does the exhaust fan stop?

The exhaust fan can stop in just one of three ways: If the vehicle is stopped at a red light, the fan is automatically turned off; the exhaust system is turned off while the engine is running; or, the exhaust fans can be shut off manually by turning the engine off.

In most cases, the automatic shutoff means that the exhaust systems can run for at least 15 minutes before the engine has to be restarted.

The exhaust fan is a very important part of the exhaust flow system, and it can also provide a major cooling benefit for vehicles.

A typical exhaust fan spins at about 400 rpm, which is faster than the engine’s engine speed, according to NHTSA.

It is designed to move exhaust air away from the exhaust ports of the engine and into the exhaust ducts.

When the exhaust air is pushed into the ducts, the coolant and other pollutants move out of the duct, making the exhaust sound louder.

The fan is also used to cool the engine exhaust by moving coolant away from it and into it.

If the exhaust engine is working properly, the engine sounds like it’s moving like a hot air balloon.

During a power outage, the fans can also help cool the cooling systems in the cooling towers.

While exhaust fans are designed to operate for 15 minutes, the average time for the fan to stop varies depending on how much exhaust air passes through the duct.

For example, the NHTAS data shows that the typical time to stop a fan is about 12 seconds.

But the exhaust-cooling fans can stop even when the engine temperature is below 65 degrees Fahrenheit.

If that’s the case, the car may be more likely to overheat.

How exhaust fans work in a typical car: The exhaust system uses the exhaust to cool and move exhaust gases into the radiator.

When the exhaust is at its maximum speed, exhaust gases get pulled into the combustion chamber and heat is transferred into the engine.

Cooling and moving of exhaust gases can cause the engine to run hotter than normal.

Once the engine gets a bit warm, the cooling fans kick in to slow down the engine, which will help cool down the car.