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Posted by Anonymous on
You will need to call a dealer for a price for they fluxuate across the country as you may know
Also you did not post any information on what vehicle this pertains too which is needed as well
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Trouble Code: P1491 You PCM does not sense current to radiator fan when it turns it on. Is the fan coming on or not? Usually not when you have this code. Problem can be with the fuse, relay, wiring or fan itself. First check the fuse. If good, next try swapping the relay with another one in the engine compartment relay box, such as the horn relay.
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