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Sounds like a bad fan relay,its located on the drivers side rite below the radiator,it has a flat 4 wire plug and is mounted with 2 bolts and has a sticker on it with some numbers on it,its mounted so the face of it is facing the passenger side of the vehicle,hard to miss,hope this helps

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