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Overheating my 1999 dodge durango over heats when i trun on my ac

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Electrical cooling fans not coming on due to bad sensor, fan relay, or bad fans. Check thermostat and coolant temperature, too....accordianman

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Where is the relay switch located on my 2001 Durango for my electric cooling fan

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