where is the fan relay switch

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Asked by Nov 23, 2007 at 11:09 AM about the 1994 Pontiac Grand Am 4 Dr SE Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I bought a 1994 grand am and is having overheating problems and I started with the fan and it runs by testing it with a 9 volt.So now I'm wondering if there is a relay to the fan and the location of it,so it can be replaced.Thanks

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their is a switch that turns the fan on and off is located beio fan,also try a new coalent temp sensor is located at theromastat housing.

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Fan relay is located one of two places -- inside the fuse box, or on the front radiator crossmember, down low, visible from underneath the vehicle, usually on driver's side. Dodge Intrepids had 2, one for high speed and one for low speed fan operation, plus the fan controller mounted below the fan as described. Any one of these could be a problem. With a 1994 Grand Am, I would most definitely pressure test the cooling system. They were known for intake manifold and head gasket leaks.

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