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2001 Dodge Dakota A/C Fan Relay Switch

I have a 2001 Dodge Dakota and the A/C fan switch quit working. I purchased a new fan relay but have no idea where it is. Can anyone tell me other than giving me some obscure answer like, "it's under the hood". Please be specific as to its location. Many thanks!

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ok first the fan relay should be located inside the elecrical box. this is usually located on the drivers side under the hood. next even you have only one speed when you turn the switch it's because the reostat is bad it is located in the fan motor housing. hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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