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I am trying to get my cooling fan going. I jumpered the motor and its good. I went and got the cooling fan switch but I can't find the darn thing. Your post on the issue says top right rear of the engine but I'm still not seeing it. its a 89 camaro rs with a 2.8 in it.

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A fan failure, or a failure of the fan relay or control circuit is bad news because it can allow the engine to overheat.
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To find the RADIATOR COOLING FAN MOTOR RELAY, we need additional information about your 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora 4.0L SFI DOHC 8cyl.
Please select one of the following:

The Radiator Cooling Fan Motor Relay is located: Under hood, passenger side, upper firewall, mounted in corner in relay block
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To find the RADIATOR COOLING FAN MOTOR RELAY, we need additional information about your 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora 4.0L SFI DOHC 8cyl.
Please select one of the following:

The Radiator Cooling Fan Motor Relay is located: Under hood, passenger side, front side of wheelwell, mounted in relay panel
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