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Both radiator fans stopped working.

1) Radiator fans stopped working. Fuses fine.
2.) No built up pressure in hose that connects radiator to block.
3.) Lol...Can't find the damn Fan Motor Relay.

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Fan relay is either behind driverside headlight or directly beneath that spot next to the radiator, does not look like a regular relay because it is electronic. Behind headlight it's riveted to body. Underneath it has a screw 7 or 8mm kind of hard to get to because of the air filter box and radiator. Common Problem with these vehicles. Turn on the a/c to test quickly after replacement but also make sure the temp sensor activates it about 15-20 minutes later.

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