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Thermostat relay location

The fan only works on high even if it is on hot or cold, the same problem continues. Would it be located in or near the glove compartment?

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What year is it? on the 1996 to 2000 sebring the power panel is under the hood next to the master cylinder. the big one contains fuces and relays but there`s a smaller one right above it that has 4 relays in it two of those are for the fan. Check your owners manual.

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Follow the upper hose to the engine. The hose should be connected to the neck of the thermostat housing. Remove the housing and replace the thermostat. I suggest you buy the Chilton manual or equivalent for that car. That will help you a lot. Most parts stores have them or you can buy them online.

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most likely its the blower motor resister and is located behind the glove box. there are a few philips head screws you will need to remove inside the glove box and under the glove box to get the glove box out after that it should be a walk in the park

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SOURCE: Can't find secondary Fuse box (NOT the one on the right of glove compartment)

This is a picture from a different year but i think they are in the same place.

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The BLOWER MODULE is located on the A/C EVAPORATOR housing located UNDER THE HOOD passenger side firewall. Has 2 electrical connectors. Mounted with 4 screw bolts.Hope this helps

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