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Where on the intake is the fan control sensor for a 1997 grand voyager

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I am assuming you are meaning cooling fan. Your cooling fan is operated by your vehicle computer, via a coolant temp sensor. Not coolant temp sender!!! The sender goes to your light or gauge. The sensor goes to the PCM, which operates your cooling fan. The first thing to do is check your fan to see if it works. Unplug fan and wire two wires, one to one side of fan plug in, one to the other side of plug, one goes to positive battery terminal, one wire to negative. If fan comes on, you have a bad sensor or relay. If fan does not come on, replace fan.

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