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On a 1995 Ford Windstar the fans keep running after shutting engine off and caused battery to die from running where is the fan relay located?

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2005-12-01 04:40:32
2005-12-01 04:40:32

THERE IS A CCRM MUDUAL LOCATED NEER THE BATTERY IT HAS A RELAY FOR THE RIGHT FAN AND ONE FOR THE LEFT FAN. YOU HAVE TI REPLACE THE COMPLET CCRM UNIT.

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