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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dont know where your relay is but generally relays are grouped together in a box under the hood or on a rail on the firewall. They are "plug in" units that can be easily repalced.The ones housed in a box are usually easier to service because there is a description usually inside the cover. Many times the relays are the same# serving different purposes. If thats the case, use a good one and plug it into different slots 'till the fan comes on (make sure engine is hot enough for this to happen) Be aware that a bad sensor will give you a similar problem (it won't tell the relay to go on)
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Check the voltage available to the power point for the cooler as I think that it will be 24 volts. Most heavy vehlcles run 24 volts for the systems and use a 24v to 12v inverter to run ancillary items like coolers -fans and lights on trailers that have 12 v lights. If this is the case check the cooler for a fuse or an overload switch reset and if it does not have a protection point then you may have blown up the unit.
Posted on Dec 14, 2013
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