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Fan Relay Switch

I have the switch, I just don't know which of the square things up on the fire wall is the Relay switch. the one on the left or on the right. Facing the car from the front.

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Usually on the rear upper radiator

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One other trick you might try. Turn on the fan switch, even if you don't know whether or not it is running. Get yourself a long thin screwdriver and press the srewdriver tip up against the fire wall and place the handle against your ear.. If the fan is running, you will be able to hear it as your partner turns the switch on and off, plus you would be able to have a good idea of where its at.
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