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Sensors under chassis leg NS and where is the fuse for the fan

Could anyone tell me where the fuse is for the fan on the engine?
At the base of the nearside chassis leg is a metal plate with three wires attached to it what does it do??

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Here is a picture of what controls the fan, there is no fuse, just this module.



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