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Where is the Fan Relay Switch located on a 1993 Ford Taurus 3.8 V

I just need the location so that i can change it out. thanks

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It is inside the that box on top of radiator with large wire plug. it cannot be replaced by itself. You must replace the whole unit.

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Where is the relay switch for the fan located at on my 1993 ford taurus

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