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Where is the cooling fan relay on a 2007 linc town car

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I am not sure on this one but I think the left front headlight has to be removed. Also I think these are riveted on and you will have to drill the rivets and gently use a chisel to get them off.

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SOURCE: Trying to locate cooling fan relay switch?

Driver's side in the fuse/relay box under the hood.

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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check the owers manual for location usualy in the main electrical box under the hood. they are just a pull out plug with 4 prongs some times 5 pull straight back youll b fine

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Down by the bottom of the radiator. pass side. on the frame/rad support. You probly have to remove front splash shield to get to it. I have never had to remove or change one.

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