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I need to strait-wire the 2nd fan, that should kick on at certian temp, into the fuse box under the hood so that it comes on when car is started

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You have 2 engine coolant sensors one on front of engine, near thermostat housing and the other on the right side of the engine above the starter motor. You probably need to change the other one.

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YOUR FUSE BOX UNDER THE HOOD IS LOCATED BESIDE THE BATTERY RIGHT SIDE THAT IS AWAY FROM THEWINDSHEILD, ITS A BLACK BOX RECTANGLE SHAPE IT HAS A COVER OVER IT SNAP THE COVER OFF AND YOU WILL SEE THE FUSES

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