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How do you replace a Radiator Fan Relay Switch on a 98 Dodge Caravan?

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  • yolanda22101 Dec 30, 2008

    How long do you think it's hard to change a radiator relay switch?

  • yolanda22101 Dec 30, 2008

    Thank you Johnny 5846...I have another question so I would have to go under the car to put it on or I could just do it from the top of the car?

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This would be looking at the front of the vehicle without the bumper or grill on , just for effects .you might access it from under the front , i don't remember if its bolted on the the frame or riveted , its self explanitory once you locate it . thanks.


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    Rick Byrd Dec 30, 2008

    mater of opinion , if you can reach throught the grill or release the grill and reach in , i've always done from top but i have to take grill out , next guy might find it easier from bottom , hard , not really .

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Relay is in a box in the engine bay, along with other relays & fuses. Inside of box cover has identification for each relay. Once found, unplug it and replace!

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