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My radiator fan won't turn and I was told it might be the relay. The parts store tells me my 2002 Mazda 626 LX does not have a relay. Is there another name for a similar part?

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It has a cooling fan module,but other things come into this problem too,like the coolant sensor,witch tells the computer to tell the module to turn the fan on,and then off,also,check the cooling fan to see if it is good,and the fuse for the cooling fans,

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