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99 voyager cooling fan relay

It is not in where you said it was. i have pulled every relay and fans still do not go off. the only way is to pull the 40 amp fuse. it is not even mention on the cover in the engine compartment fuse box

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  • niceboy200 Apr 18, 2009

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Sounds to me then that the temp. sending unit is giveing the pcm the wrong temp. unplug the temp sending unit and see what it does (usually located around the thermostat housing)

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