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I have a 94 Thunderbird SC and the relay is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment behind the headlight assembly and to the left of the radiator. You should see a rectangular shaped relay tucked in there.

Posted on Jul 24, 2010

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Yes that is rigth, it just alot easier IMHO to remove the front bumper, it only has a few srews, once you have removed the bumper you'll see under the passenger front ligth a black "square" this is the relay, I'll suggest you buy it first so you know how it looks like, it is attached with 2 10 mm bolts, really esay to chance, it tooked me about 30 min to do everything and about $60 for the relay (buy it on the dealership) I leaned how to do it by myselft after the dealer wanted $350 for the job, seve you 300 and do it your self, is easy.

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underhood fuse block think it says BATT 4 30amp prob. going to be bad blower resistor

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The blower relay is one of two identical relays next to the clutch pedal above the fuse panel. I just had to replace mine (1996 Protege DX). I switched the two relays and now the blower works fine. Not sure what the other relay was for... but the car doesn't seem to miss it yet! The relays have H270 panted on the side of the black plastic covers. You have to pull down hard to get the relay off the clip it is fastened to, then unplug the four prong connector. Good luck finding one. The books all call for a 6 prong relay. I am going to find one in a junk yard rather than calling Mazda. I hope this helps... I searched all over the internet and couldn't find any answers so I figured I better post mine here...

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Radiator cooling fan is not electric, it is driven by a silly hydraulic pump which is located low on the passenger side of the engine above the alternator. All 2000-2002 LS's have this system. Most likely either the motor or pump has failed.

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