Depending on the car....but....for example on a 1990 Mercury Topaz, it is located just to the left of the battery (as you are looking down at it) and tucked up against the radiator area....just look between the battery and the radiator and you should see it in there....it is a pain to find, a friend of mine had to take it to a mechanic to have it pointed out. Once she found it it was easy to pull, but not so easy to find the part (everyone was out of stock or didn't carry it)....best bet is the dealership for that thing.
There is usually a relay this is built into the fan itself. I do not believe you can replace that unless you replace the fan.
were is the fan relay located at
The 2004 Jeep Liberty radiator fan relay switch can be found on the back of the fan motor. The relay switch is attached directly to the fan motor.
The radiator fan relay is commonly located under the hood. Depending on the vehicle and model, the relay should be in a distribution box with the other relays.
The 2001 Ford Taurus has a cooling fan that is controlled by a relay. This relay is located on the radiator.
the radiator fan relay is located behind the headlight on the drivers side
if you are refering to the radiator FAN relay, it is located behind the passenger side front bumper, under the headlight.
Themo switch located on the radiator Or intake manifold , that is usually runs a relay fOr the. Oolong fan
Yes, it is located near the battery
under the hood I guess
upper rear right corner of the radiator and/or attached to the radiator hose. If it has an electric cooling fan in front of the radiator, the relay is a black rectangular 4 pin located on the bracket next to the left shock tower. If you are asking about a relay for the blower fan in the car, there is no relay
Drivers side in front of the battery.
The radiator fan relay on a 1997 Chrysler Town and Country is mounted to the body structure below the air filter box.