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AUX FAN NOT WORK

I HAVE MB C220 1994, THE AUXALLARY FANS NOT WORK I ALREADY CHECKED BOTH FUSE RELAYS , BOTH OF THEM OK, BUT NO VOLTAGE COMES TO ACTIVE THAT RELAYS (ALL FUSES ARE OK ), WHEN I REMOVE THE PLUG OF TEMP. SWITCH SENSOR OF WATER ALSO BOTH FANS NOT WORK, BUT WHEN I PUT A JUMPER BETWEEN 30 AND 87 POINTS IN HIGH SPEED RELAY BASE THE FANS WORK. SO PLEASE ADVICE OR SHOW ME WHERE I CAN GET THE WIRING DIAGRAM FOR THAT SYSTEM

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Hi,pls. check the circle module,mounted in chassis,left side,ty

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