Question about 1997 Dodge Caravan
Your fan relay will be under your bonnet in a big black box with all your other relays. The top comes off and it tells you on the lid what relay is what. But check your earths and wireing to the fan to make sure none are loose or dirty. Pull off the wires one at a time and give a light sand or brush with a small wire brush first. It may also be that your thermostat is stuffed and needs replaceing or you can remove it altogether if you so choose.(it is inside your water pump houseing where your top hose from radiator connects to the motor should have a single wire coming from it to a wireing loom if this is not opening your fans may not come on) if you take off water pump though you will need to replace the seal (gasket) that seals the unit to. Hope this he;ps you
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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