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The fan gets it's signal from the engine temp sensor, located near the
thermostat housing. There are also 2 relays for the fan hi + lo located
on the fan shroud(2.7 eng.) and for the 3.5 eng. in the fuse/relay block
near the radiator expansion tank. Hope this helps.

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