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My 2000 Chrysler concorde overheats all the time. Im looking for the fuse or relays to the radiator fans as they don't seem to be coming on. I just replaced the radiator a couple of days ago.

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Fuses and relays are in a black box under the hood. usually located on drivers side fenderwell have you checked or replaced your thermostat? that could be your problem also. but those fans should stiil come on when car gets hot.

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