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Sensor light on, checked at auto store told ,cooler relay fan not functioning in the 2006 pacifica, would like to know where it is located and how to install it or is this a job for an auto mechanic

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The cooler/ radiator fan driver relay is located in the black box just behind your drivers side headlight assy under the hood. It is your power distribution control. You can follow the printed diagram on the cover to locate the relay you are in need of replacing.

Posted on Feb 28, 2009


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