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The fan does not come on and the engine overheats

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  • mnavarro231 Nov 03, 2008

    I have a 2005 T&C and the fans won't come on when the temperature reaches high and overheats. It has to be the relay perhaps? If it is so, where is the relay located on this vehicle? I have spent 3 hours looking for it anywhere next to the radiator or left side but no luck

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