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My engine cooling fan on my 1995 Grand Am is not working. I can use a jumper wire on the relay and it works. Should I replace the relay or could it be something els?

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    I have the same problem, where is this switch located?

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test the relay by replacing it with a known good one. One of the ones beside is probably identical. Make sure that system is working like the horn relay swap em and see if the horn still works.

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