Question about 1996 Chrysler Town & Country
I own a 1995 Town and Country all wheel drive with a 3.8 L I have done the same thing. Remover the air filter and battery and battery cradle. And I just looked in front of radiator area. I can not locate this darned thing. I changed the upper rad hose and therm. and smaller hose below the therm. that connects to the water pump. Started the van went for a three mile trip. Arrived back home and van was hot Mid range. And fan was not working. I did see that a 25 amp fuse did blow in fuse box under hood. Changed this and still no fan. Have been looking for this mystery relay all day. any help out there?
Look at the left (driverside) framerail near the radiator support. You can get to it from underneath, it has two small sheet metal screws holding it to the inner framerail. The framerail acts as a heatsink.
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