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Check the coolant temp sensor on the side of the head. They crack all the time causing the fan not to come on. I believe there is even a Technical Service bulletin out about this problem.
Ok... good! That would be the correct one!
Lets check for power and ground at the fan while the engine isstarting to get really hot.
We must figure out what we are missing... power or ground
I have power to the relay switch, I have to put a jumper wire from the slot closest to the driver side to the slot toward the front or radiator and the fan comes on but wont go off, so I jumped from the switching side of my radio fuse into the forward slot of the relay so the fan turns on and off with the key. but there is def 1 good power line TO the RELAY but for some reason the power does not leave the relay, I know the relay is good and I am concerned about the dead slot toward the pass side as I get nothing and I think this is a power transfer lead but I am not sure
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