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Electric fan does not work

My friend car was over heating i replaced the radiator because tank on side was cracked and leaking. while i had fan off of car i did a bench test and applied 12v and fan worked ,but once i put everything back together nothing.i turn on the a/c nothing, i check the fan fuse and it is o.k. also replaced coolant temp sensor. i took a test light and get nothing to the fan..what next?

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    it is a 2002 grand cherokee

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