Question about 1998 Plymouth Breeze
With the connector plugged in at the cooling fan try jumping power to the dark green/light green wire or the yellow/violet wire. one or the other fans should come on. If the don't check the black wires for a good ground.
The relays are controlled by the PCM. you will need a scan tool to see if the PCM is capable of turning the fans on.
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