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Over heating 1996 Plymouth Brize: 105,000. The fans are not working. Our Brize overheated as a result. Can you tell us -- where to locate the relay sensor to this car? Or what do you think the reason could be that the fans are not working? Our engine light is off. Any ideas on how to get our fans working? Thanks

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First check your fuses. Neil W.

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