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Took through the mountains in Oregon into California when stop for the night the fan ran and would not stop--disconnected for the night now the vehicle is overheating is this the radiator fan relay and where is it in the engine compartment--thanks much

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The fan is designed to run after you stop to cool the engine. Leave it connected. It has 2 speeds, low & hi. Operated by 2 relays in black box under hood. Fan runs as temp climbs or when a/c compressor is running.

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