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There is coolant fan relay around the fender well just above the bumper that usually goes bad. It"s kind of hard to find. but it's there. Jack up your car on the drivers side the relay is on the drivers side. It's black not more then 2 inches square. It has two small 5/16 (socket) bolts that hold it in place. Oreilly or Auto zone should have it in stock. Take the old part with you.

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