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Yeah, the light stays on for about a minute max.
I have taken the feed direct from the battery not the alternator. The circuit for the fan is still complete I have just used another + feed. The fan still kicks in when the fan switch tells it to. It is not on permanently.
'or you have spliced back into the fan circuit wiring without cutting the circuit and the resistance fault on that line is causing the light to stay on!'
I spliced the new feed direct to the + wire going to the fan. The rest of the circuit is untouched. I have not cut the old + wire that is not being used as that had no power. I don't think that it is touching anything but will cut it shorter and tape the end up.
I'll try your other suggestions also.
Currently in danzx2's garage: