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Radiator Fans on 01 Town and Country do not come on

My 2001 Town and Country 3.8L radiator fans do not come on. I took it to the dealer who advised that the relay and the fan motors were bad. I replaced the relay and tested the fan motors by hooking them dirrectly up to the battery. I only tested the drivers side fan and it does work. I did not test the passanger side fan. After I replaced the relay the fans still did not come on. I replaced the Coolant Temp Sensor and still no luck. I am not sure where to go next?? I do not think that I should have to replace the fans if they still work when connected to the battery. Any ideas?

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Ok, Dont replace anything with out checking .....Pls check your wire Connction By Muilti Meter. I think your has loose Connection.

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