does anyone know which fuse controls the cooling fan


Active Member
Oct 14, 2003
ok my fan doesnt work and think that the fuse is blown but, the fuse box doesnt have a spot for the fan fuse and i was told that it is tied in with something else but dont know what i looked in the owners manual and it didnt say so i tought i would ask this along with the fifty million other questions i ask on here, thanks for any help
The power for the cooling fan is from a fusible link to the fan relay area. Big fat red wires on the fan relays.

Should always read +12 to a good ground.

Cooling fan only comes on over 160 degrees with an aftermarket chip or about 185 with the stock style chips.

Try the A/C and see if it comes on.
Also the RLYS 5 ampere fuse has to be good for the relay coils to work to kick on the fan, make sure that fuse is good. :)
The fusible link is located down on the wire leads going to the starter. Look down by the starter.

Eric Fisher