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Radiator fans After I shut off the car the radiator fans stay on ,even after car has been shut off for a very long time.Where is the radiator fan control relay located on this 97 Plymouth Voyager.It has a 2.4 4 cylinder with AC.

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    my fans dont work :(

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Stop by your local Plymouth/Dodge dealer and show them you ownership for VIN number, it may be part of a recall, and will be fixed free of charge.

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