I actually have the same question the same van. I do not have the part number but I learned it's a dealer-only item and it's not cheap: . I just ran out from the office to pick it up. its small but expensive and they tell me its going to bolted to the frame 'somewhere' for grounding. I now suspect its going to be between the 2 fans on the bottom of the car. its about 2" square with 1 bolt on each side and a receiver for a 4 prong plug. I will try to locate and replace this evening.
Actually, the relay is located on the driver's side rail, directly below the air filter components. It's not easy to get at, but I've done it from below. It would probably be easier to access from above with the air assembly removed. Be careful. I've read on many forums that these relays have failed quite a bit in the past due to getting too hot. They are
supposed to dissipate the heat through direct contact with the frame (there is a heat sync at the bottom of the relay). Ensure that the area it is being attached to is clean and that it is firmly attached.
I have a 1996 Caravan My relay is below the headlight assembly drivers side. remove the headlight assembly (3 nuts in the rear & 1 bolt on top) you should see a black cover (remove phillips screw on the right) remove cover you should see the relay disconnect plug, remove 2 screws remove relay.
location for cooling relay on 05 caravan 3.8l
Below the air cleaner boxes on the driver's side.
The cooling fan relay is under the hood on the drivers side in the fuse/relay box. The position of this relay is indicated on the underside of the lid for the compartment. The power relay for the cooling or the radiator fan is on the driver side front hood. You will have to take out the driver side head light and you will have to remove the front grill also. The power relay is mounted on the frame when you remove the grill. My van is 2006 Dodge Grand Caravan SXTt.
It would be in the Power Distribution Center under the hood, usually on the driver's side.
The Dodge Caravan doesn't use an inertia switch. The fuel pump is controlled by a relay.The Dodge Caravan doesn't use an inertia switch. The fuel pump is controlled by a relay.
under the hood in the relay center
Could be the fan relay located on the drivers side frame below the battery.
Failed fan motor, relay, wiring, fuse, computer.
The 2004 Dodge Intrepid cooling fan relay switch can be found on the back of the cooling fan motor. The cooling fan relay switch is attached to the fan motor with two retaining screws.
The Dodge Caravan doesn't use an inertia switch. The fuel pump is controlled by a relay.
Where is the cool fan relay on a dodge stratus and how do you replace it
I don't know where you got the number '12' for a relay, as all the relays in the box of my 2000 Dodge caravan are named for their function. Same in the Dodge workshop manual, all relays are named. In the vehicle the functions for each relay are marked under the box lid, very clearly.
Most of the relays are in the fuse box under the hood, behind the battery and next to the fender on the drivers side.
The cooling fan relay is located below the battery on the side of the chassis. It is held by 2 small I think 8mm bolts. It is best to use a socket to remove it. You will need to remove the air box first.
The fuel pump relay on the 1993 Dodge Caravan is located next to the battery in the engine compartment. You will find it just to the left of the power distribution block.
I would say it is the radiator fan relay. This just happened to me on my Town & Country. This is a very common problem with these vans. The rad fan relay cost $40.00
Mounted next to the radiator.
Dodge caravan 1997,instrument cluster is not working in all..have a kind of fuse o relay?.
It is mounted on the cooling fan assembly.
On a 1996 Dodge Caravan, the horn relay will be in one of two spots. It may be in the fuse panel located under the dash, or in the fuse block located under the hood.
this could be caused by a fautly cooling temp sensor, sending a false reading to the cooling fan relay, causing the fan to continue running, also, could be caused by a faulty relay, I would rerplace both.
the relay closest to the driver on the fender well
It is located in the relay/fuse center under the hood on the drivers side.
Remove the relay or fuse for the door locks.
Radiator fan relay control circuit