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After welding a support braket to my frame, my

After welding a support braket to my frame, my coolant fan, and my switch that lets me take my car out of park seems to no longer be workig. i disconnected my battery but apparently i have back fed some voltage to these systems it seems. any idea where to start looking?

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Recheck your fuses,also replace,these relays that are causing these problems.I just did some welding on my car,I unhook my o2 wires also,and batty.

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These are available at auto parts stores often cheaper than the online price. We have on for (and IN) each vehicle we own since they can be lifesavers now and then.

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