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In the under hood fuse / relay box ! There are three of them COOLFAN/relay 1-2-3 . It's marked on the under side of fuse box lid .
The engine cooling fan system consists of 2 electrical cooling fans and 3 fan relays. The relays are arranged in a series/parallel configuration that allows the powertrain control module (PCM) to operate both fans together at low or high speeds. The cooling fans and fan relays receive battery positive voltage from the underhood fuse block.
You have fuses and relays . The fuses are or should br labled inside each cover if still there as well as on the fuse block itself, If not I can look under the hood of mine and tell you. The relays from left to right thats passenger to driver and numbered including the empty spaces as mine hase three on the right and two on the left with three emty slots in between. Now Olds seems to have kept this araingement for some time also my '98 88 has ABS as part of TCS but no relays there and diferent climate controls over the years it is posible you have more or less than are presnt on mine the complete list is as follows
#1 - AC compressor control for the compressors clutch
#2 - Horn relay
#3 - AC blower fan motor on, at low speed on the '98
#4 - AC blower motor off or high speed depending on year, not present on my "98
#5 - ABS pump relay ,not present on my '98
#6 - ABS Main relay also labled as pump relay for some years, not present on '98
#7 - High speed cooling or radiator fan
#8 - Low speed cooling or radiator fan
Radiator fan or AC blower motor? The blower motor will have a fuse and a relay. The radiator fan is controled by the Variable Relay Control Module and temp sensor.... the module is located behind the grill---hope this helps.
it is not a relay per se, it is a module in what is called the Variable Relay Control Module (VCRM) and it is located in front of the radiator, under the headlight cover on the driver side-it is a rectangular module about 8-10 inches by 5 to 7 inches with a large harness connected to it. Along with containing the relay for the radiator cooling fan, it also has the relay for the injectors and the ac compressor.
It is activated by what is called a VCRM (variable control relay module) located on the front of the radiator, drover side-it is a finned-looking box (silver) and it performs a number of functions, including controlling the radiator fan, the injectors and the AC compressor clutch. They can be found on ebay, and I have extras (good to have, hard to find).
the relay is in the VCRM which is a box-looking module located in front of the radiator on the driver side-remove the panel above the headlights, that's where it is. They can be found on ebay (used) for about $50-60 plus shipping, or check Lincoln forum for sale sections, it is a very specific piece of electronic equipment and it serves multiple duties like fuel injection and air conditioning compressor. You can use one out of a 94 or 95 Mark VIII also. I have a couple of spares. with these cars you need them.
Radiator cooling fan is not electric, it is driven by a silly hydraulic pump which is located low on the passenger side of the engine above the alternator. All 2000-2002 LS's have this system. Most likely either the motor or pump has failed.