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The power control module sends signal to the fuel pump relay, it gets it's signal from the pick up coil in the distributor and the crankshaft position sensor. I'm having the same issues with my 94 Jeep Wrangler
there is a relay for the cooling fan and it is probably bad-under the hood, in the power distribution center-look in your owners manual for the exact location, or inside the lid of the box itself, is the location of the relay-you can swap it out with other relays (they are all the same) for example take out the relay for the ABS unit (can get away without it temporarily) and put it in place of the fan relay-if it fixes the problem you can pick up another relay at any parts store later.
The cooling fan relay on a 1996 to 2000 Plymouth
The SSFR (Solid State Fan Relay) Cooling fan relay is located on the
left front inner frame just behind the radiator.
The radiator coolant fan relay is located on the inside front of the
engine compartment near the left headlight assembly. You have to remove
the air filter assembly, then look for a simple square relay with 4
wires running into it. It is mounted with 2 screws. It is the only relay
at that location. If it has burned, you will need to replace the
pigtail wiring harness.
Remove the air box beside the battery a 10 mm bolt and the relay is a
four prong square box bolted on the frame with two 8mm bolts