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Fan squeal after car is shut off

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I have a 2012 Mustang GT and I wanted to see if anyone else had a similar noise on their car. When I shut the car off and the cooling fan is spinning down and coming to a stop, as it comes to a stop it squeals a bit. It's not terribly loud, but is a bit annoying and makes the car sound like an old POS. I have an apt with the dealer tomorrow to have them look at it, but it doesn't make the noise all the time as it seems to be temperature related. I talked to the service manager and he's already leaning towards the "that's normal" stance, but he wants to hear it. I was just wondering if anyone else's does the same thing. Thanks

Kevin

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Probably just needs bearings greased. Might have got wet at some point

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Probably just needs bearings greased. Might have got wet at some point

That's what I'm thinking. I was going to try to get in there and use some WD-40 but decided to let the dealer take a look at it.
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