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Dodge intrepid fan don't turn on, fuses are OK, and relays close when engine is hot.

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Check fan out fans have a built in thermal device when they get to hot they shut off you might just replace the motor in the fan but check out relay first much cheaper to replace

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Hope this is clear as mud! and helps! Please let me know what you find

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