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Where does the radiator fan relay go

This part has 2 sscrew whole on it silver base and 4 pronged the fan moter works if you hard wire it but we cant find the control relay and where it goes we however have the part

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The Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) radiator cooling fan relay is located behind the front bumper fascia below the right headlamp a real pain to get at. supposed to take off bumper, grill, and r side headlamp assy. if youre crafty and have a mirror and you can locate this by eye. you can
"cheat" by using a hole saw to access relay and bolts. can be done without removing said items. be careful. and that will solve your cooling fan issues. common.

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