Re: diagram for cooling fan relay on a 1995 Dodge Caravan
Try www.allpar.com or your local library web site.My library has an online automotive repair site accessible from home and also has Alldata.com that is accessible at the library itself. They may also have repair manuals in the library. Also, some dealers will let you look at their books if you ask nice.
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There is also a labeled HORN relay in the fuse box next to the battery... the fuse box is long and rectangular. The inside of the lid has the diagram for both the fuses and relays it contains. The other is a fuse panel under the dashboard on the driver's side. It cover lights and a few other items. The fuses are labeled, but the relays are NOT. One of the relays, controls the emergency hazard flashers. You need to check both places and replace any fuse that states HORN and the HORN relay, to be sure the problem goes away.
More than likely your cooling fan relay is stuck in the closed position, under the hood there should be a box with several relays, on the inside cover it will have a diagram, pull out the relay for the cooling fan and it should shut off. good-luck ! here is a picture of a 97 relay, but they should all be the same.
Check under the hood in the fuse/relay panel. Lift the cover and look inside the cover for the correct location for the fuse/relay controlling the cooling fans. Either the fuse will be blown or the relay is bad. Use a test light to check the fuse for power on both sides,if you have power on the fuse then the relay has gone bad. Hope this will help you.
there is a relay panel under the hood with your engine cooling fan relay inside, a 12 dollar part, sounds to me like this relay may need to be replaced. There will be a diagram in your owners manual telling you exactly where it is located in your car. It should be noted that this relay has to be activated before the current reaches any fuse inside the cars fuse panel so your fan fuses can all be good but if the relay is not working the engine cooling fans will not come on. Be careful of dealerships I had one tell me it was a 3000 dollar wiring problem when it was only the relay.