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Can't find fan relay, '94 Grand Voyager, 3.3L

The fan bearing piled up, I replaced the fan, but it will not turn on and the engine will over heat. I'm thinking to check relay, if I can find it.

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Your fan relay is on the driver side radiator support you have access it from under the car you can't see it from the top it may be covered by a plastic splash shield

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