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I have a V6, 4L Jeep and I have already changed the relay behind the headlight.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    I have searched the net and I am unable to find the location of the sending unit that controls the fan, it is on the engine in the water jacket, have you even looked?

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Good, did it fix it? let me know so I can help others, thanks

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