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I'm not sure what you are referring to but the pcm-(power train control module) controls the operation of the fan motors through relays in the fuse distribution center. engine coolant sensor and the ac pressure sensors feed info to the pcm and the pcm turns on low speed or high speed relay which makes the fans operate at correct times and speeds.

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