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:help_wsigGoing on an emergency trip in 2 days to Wisconsin indigenous Missouri!Engine cooling fans quit workingI confirm fuse(good), fans spin freely.Cant uncover a correct answer regarding wear the relay is.I have actually a 99 grand Caravan 3.3LI keep hearing different locations once searching internet.Once I find it throught the aid you all, is there another relay I deserve to swap the out v to check it? Or test the old one with ohm meter, if so please tell me what write-up to test.
Not sure if this will help you out as I"ve only gained a business manual from a "98.. Follow to the organization manual:
The hard state pan relay is attached to the left frame rail close to the reduced radiator support. The relay bracket, and fastener are offered to dissipate warm from the relay. Certain the relay is appropriately attached to stop the following:Intermittent engine overheating.Relay "thermal" shutdown, or relay damage.
I can not find any images in the hands-on to assist you out. That sounds as if the relay is unique, for this reason there would certainly be no substitution with one more that can be in something choose the power distribution block. Unfortunately, I"ve never gone looking, nor have I viewed it, so can"t yes, really tell you for sure...
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Ya thats one of the Unconfirmed places I heard about, additionally heard is, was on frame rail vehicle drivers side under headlight?Surley someone to know the appropriate answer!
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From the 2000 FSM:DESCRIPTION
The radiator pan relay is a heavy state kind and islocated under the left prior headlamp module (Fig.7). Refer to WIRING DIAGRAMS because that a circuit schematic.
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Ok, uncovered it and also replaced it. Fans come ~ above again! YAAAANo need to remove headlight, must remove entirety air filter housing, its below that on appropriate side rail, like near the wheel well.
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You sure you have actually a 99? What friend described, is where the relay is ~ above 1996 come 1998 vans. It was relocated to under the headlight to get it into a cooler waiting stream to aid in cooling the relay. Relays overheating and also failing is a difficulty Chrysler has actually been continuous trying to fix. The would assist if you an installed the new relay under the headlight prefer the newer vans.Also, how did you attach the brand-new relay? The manufacturing facility uses a heat transferring grease between the relay and also the framework rail to assist in cooling, and the bolts or rivets us conduct heat as well. The 2001 and newer vans also have a finned warm sink on peak of the relay to aid air cool the relay.
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You sure you have actually a 99? What you described, is where the relay is ~ above 1996 to 1998 vans. That was moved to under the headlight to acquire it right into a cooler waiting stream to help in cooling the relay. Relays overheating and failing is a problem Chrysler has been continually trying come fix. That would assist if you mounted the new relay under the headlight choose the newer vans.Also, exactly how did you connect the new relay? The manufacturing facility uses a warm transferring grease in between the relay and also the frame rail to assist in cooling, and the bolts or rivets us conduct warm as well. The 2001 and newer vans even have a finned warmth sink on top of the relay to assist air cool the relay.
Yup i am certain its a 99. Fine technically yes its listed below the headlight, means below, however removing the headlight does not aid in removal. Choose I said before is close to the bottom of vehicle an installed on best side frame rail. Easiest way to execute it is eliminate the entirety air filter housing, and also BOOM there she be. Didnt use no warmth grease cause it no come with any. However bought the lifetime guarentee component so if the goes bad, I"ll get a new one and then usage the grease.
Not sure if this will assist you out together I"ve only gained a business manual from a "98.. Follow to the business manual:I have the right to not find any kind of images in the manual to assist you out. It sounds as if the relay is unique, for this reason there would be no substitution with one more that can be in something choose the power circulation block. Unfortunately, I"ve never gone looking, nor have I seen it, so can"t yes, really tell you because that sure...
sorry dude yet like the above^^^ i can"t really assist you to as I"ve never come across a fan relay problem like that. Apologies because that failing to aid out.
When you have a chance, purchase a small tube of warm sink link from RadioShack or an additional source, and also apply it to the mounting surface. That should help with the longevity the the relay.

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On mine 99 cool caravan sport it was under the headlight. Climate under a black cover. There to be no grease left under the relay.
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