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    04 Turbo Radiator fuse/relay ??

    Can someone please tell me where the fuse/relay is for the radiator fan on a 2004 Turbo model ??

    Might have stopped working yesterday (car boiled) so need to find whats up !!

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    Relay is built into the coolant control module which is in the passenger wheel arch. Fuse's are under the bonnet by the battery, they are the larger maxi ones
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    Cheers, can you get to it from inside the wheel arch then by taking away the plastic inner wheel arch ?? Have found that fuse 39 has blown and maybe the electric pump has seized/got wet.

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    Yep i've heard of those pumps siezing before

    Easy way to get at it would be with the bumper off IMO
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    I'll try wheel arch first !!

    Is there any simple way to test it when its off ??

    I put a new fuse in and then started the car, the engine management light didn't come on but what looks like a coolant symbol did. Fuse had blown again.

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    No idea how to test these units

    Maybe unplug the water pump and see if it blows again?
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