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Radiator Fan will not come on. Fuse is good and the fan is new. I have power to the fan.

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you need to replace the radiator fan relay. located bottom right of the picture shown in above link

the relay is on the drivers side just below the headlight. you have to jack the car up to see it. it's bolted to the body with 2 8mm bolts. that is you have to use 8mm socket. It's black and about two inches square. It's a little hard to see but it is there. hope this helps leave comment.

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