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What is the minor issue for my dodge caravan 1997 it is overheating.the raditor fan is not working.

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Check your fuse first....

There is a fuse panel under the dash right by the parking brake, engine compartment next to the battery. The lid of the fuse panel will tell you which one is the fuse for the fans.

Next, check for frayed wires.....

Posted on Sep 15, 2010

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