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Neither the radiator or condenser fans are working on my 1991plymouth grand voyager LE, 3.3L, although they will if hotwired. I'm trying to find the fusible link for them, but don't know what it looks like. The manuals say it's behind the battery.

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  • Mike May 11, 2010

    There is a thermal control for these fans, have you located and tested that device?

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What about the relays, did you check them too?
Fusible links are just wires that feel a little more rubbery on the coating, for lack of a better description.

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