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Where is the fan relay on a 1995 Chevy cavalier z24?

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2011-03-19 01:28:49
2011-03-19 01:28:49

If you mean cooling fan relay, its under the hood...next to the battery, its a small black box. look on the top of it and it will say cooling fan, its a small square shaped relay. hope that helps.

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