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Radiator fan does not work after been replaced along with the relay.

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Could be a short in the wire or a fuse

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Find relay and give it a tap, to see if that helps. Not sure on that if its along drivers fender under hood or not, but listen for click from small 1"x1" roughly relay attached somewhere in engine compartment area, firewall, fender area.

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This sounds like the cooling fan motor was the real problem, when it does this the motor is partially shorted, this overheats the new fan relay and will burn it out, I think most likely they should have caught this when the fan relay was replaced, now the motor and the relay should be replaced, as the new relay may be damaged. Also make sure the electrical connector to the fan motor is not burnt, if it is then replace it along with the motor.

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