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Fan stayed on killing battery.jump-started it and now fans stay off and its over heating.1997 dodge caravan 3.3 v6.

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Follow the wires from the fan, they will lead you to the relay. It will be a black box, close to 1" X 1" X 2" in size. Probably screwed down to some sort of bracket. replace that relay

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