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The dodge neon fan switch is located on the front left inner frame behind the radiator, Take note this relay doesnt look like a normal relay, it looks like a module type, heres a picture of it. also take a look at the connector and make sure its not melting or rotted. the most common reason for a relay like this going bad is due to a bad fan, it draws to much, make sure the fan is good, replacing the relay with a bad fan will make the relay go bad in a few months,good day, hope this helps.location of fan relay switch 1994 neon - johnjohn2_90.jpg

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