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Radiator fan relay location

Where is the fan relay for the radiator fans located i need to replace it my engine gets hotter and hotter and the fans never kick on i took it to someone they said it wasnt the thermo and its not the fans and i just bought a realy now i need to know where to put it to install it

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The relay will be located in the power distribution box under the hood. your owners manual will tell you which one it is if it is not clearly marked

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I have a 2005 impala and the check engine light is on, the car runs hot and was diagnosed as coolant fan relay is out, the part is about 22.00 at o'reily but where is the relay fan to have someone fix it for me

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