Fuse or fused link for radiator fan

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Asked by Sep 28, 2012 at 11:36 AM about the 2001 Mitsubishi Galant DE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The radiator fan stopped working, if I run a hot wire to the fan it will run, I am assuming the relay is bad. I have lost my fuse box diagram, I know which relay it is but I am not sure if there is a fuse or fused link inline with this as well.

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The moderator or administrator deleted everything we posted, I'm sure he had good reason, whatever it was So I won't post anymore drawings, don't want to do anything violating terms of service. Good luck, I hope you find it. I found another drawing but.....

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It was me i deleted it after you told me the year was incorrect i was in a rush please if you have a drawing send it I am desperate at this point

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bottom, there are 3 say rad fan

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Nope still not right, I guess i will just start replacing everything till it works

didn't post for some reason try again here

really? That's all I could find, sory was not helpful

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The only other thing I can think of is one of those websites, they really are professional mechanics, know the answers, but want $25 from your credit card. Personally I would not suggest that, but that's your call

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Actually I just went to the junkyard and got the cover for the fuse box gave me all the info i needed and now I am operating correctly, in any case thanks for trying to help at least I wasn't alone trying to find the answer.

You are very welcome Lonewolf glad you finally got it Regards, DH

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