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Radiator fan will not turn on and car overheats.

1999 Dodge Grand Caravan does not overheat when driving but when it is in one place idling . . . then it overheats. replaced the thermostat but the radiator fan doesn"t come on. What do you suggest?

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Check rad fan relay & or fuse under hood in fuse/relay box on drivers side fender area. Map is on underside of cover.

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You can wire the fan directly to the battery and put a switch to it and deity it on when you need it I've done it to four of my vehicle and two of my quads and it works great

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