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Fan relays i have three relays next to the battery of my mazda 626 which one controls which fan etc? that way i know which one 2 replace when its goes out....i know if one goes out your fan does not come one and overheat. my repair manual doesnt realy explain.

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All you have to do is run the car untill the fan turns on while waiting touch the top of each relay with your fingers, and the one that clicks will tell that it is the relay for the fan.

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