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The cooling ventilator of my Grand Voyager keeps working even we switch of electricity. What to do?

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The most common cause for this is the cooling fan relay. It is located behind the front bumper cover on the drivers side. It will be either bolted or riveted to the unibody. These are really common and should be in stock at your local auto parts store.

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