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Cooling Fan Relay or Relays?

Old 10-16-2015, 10:50 PM
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Default Cooling Fan Relay or Relays?

I'm new here and pulling what's left of my hair out.
I have a 2004 GC 4.0 2WD.
My cooling fan stopped working a couple of hours ago.
Fan spins freely. So I purchased a relay. Have pulled most of front passenger side off and cut freaking hole below headlight. There is no relay to be found.
I even moved PDC and battery box for further look, nothing, nadda no can find.

I know their are two relays in PDC, could they be bad or is it possible fan?
I have worked on a many of car in my lifetime. Now I'm starting to feel like a complete bonehead. Can you assist an older guy that's fading quickly?

Thank You.
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Old 10-17-2015, 03:51 AM
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Have you hot-wired the fan? It's possible it's burnt out. At some point in time, Chrysler changed the circuitry and started using 2 relays in the PDC. IDK how that system works, but I believe it's still controlled by the PCM.
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