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2003 dodge durango, fan willnot run

I have checked the fuses and know that the fan works. i am getting 12 volts at the fan connector.

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Have you checked the fans while running the A/C on both high and low speeds? If they don't kick on here, your relays are bad. If they do kick on, I would look into your Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor (a two wire wiring harness leads into it and is located near your thermostat housing). If this sensor goes bad, it will not transmit the signal to the PCM telling it to activate the relays.

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