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Overheating and electrical issues

My 1997 Grand Voyager has 234,000 miles and now it's overheating. I have checked the fluid levels and they are ok. Both fans are not working, I know one is for the AC but I do not know which. I hooked up my multimeter to the connector of both fans and I am getting 0 volts on the driver side and .005 on the passenger. All fuses are good, any ideas? Also my dash meters go out often and rear windows will not always work.

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  • Goodmunkey Jul 20, 2009

    where is it located?

  • Goodmunkey Jul 24, 2009

    Thanks for the help; it was the radiator fan relay. I had to take off the entire front bumper/grill to get to the 2 screws holding the relay but hey, $50 two hours later and all was good.

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Try a coolant sensor or a new van

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