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1995 Buick Skylark, where is the box with the radiator fan relay in it located?

Our 1995 Buick Skylark doesn't seem to have a relay box but it has relay switches peppered all over the place. How cn we tell which one is for the radiator fan?

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1995 Buick Skylark, where is the box with the radi - 4d6d3003-b7cd-4c62-a0d4-47967f888842.gifHere is where most of your relays are, there is another relay box located inside the car on the passenger side under the dash. Sometimes youll have to take the glove box out to find the second relay box. This should have a cover on it sense most people do not know of this relay box its usually untouched. The cover will tell you what relay does what. But here is a pic with the relay center under the hood and should help you out.

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SOURCE: location of cooling fan relay 1993 buick skylark

Back of firewall,second relay from the passenger side of the vehicle.

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SOURCE: where buick 1994 skylark fan relay located

in the right hand rear of engine compartment behind strut tower


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SOURCE: where is the radiator fan relay located in the

In the main fuse box under the hood.Its approx 1"x1" black square, the legend of the relays is on the backside of the lid.Let me know if this helps

Posted on Jan 20, 2011

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