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92 dodge dakoto 5.1 4x4 fan not working/can"t locate

Fan is not blowing on ac/heater fuse ok. can't locate the fan motor.

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  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    Same problem. Fan is ok and heater core is fine but switch does nothing to turn on fan. Is there a transistor or relay somewhere. papkejim@yahoo.com

  • mr rogers Feb 19, 2009

    fan speed control does not work, fuses ok, can bypass fan control and fan will work

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