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Radiator cooling fan not working what should i check besides fuses?

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Check the cooling fan relay. It is mounted on top of the left front wheel well, under the hood next to the engine. It has been a common prob I've found. I ordered the replacement relay from a dealer and did the work myself. The new relay is upgraded, so I had to drill a new hole for the mounting, the new part came with a template. If you have some tech ability, it shouldnt be too hard, just a small space to work in. Total cost was around $100.00.

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check also for fuses with label " cooling fan" or "radiator fan". check all fuses just to be sure.

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