Actually I was about to log off for the day.
If you refer to the wiring diagram, yyou would notice that the relays are labelled 30, 85, 86 and 87 for the terminals.
You relay is labelled differently and has 5 terminals. The center row is actually terminal # 30 (single pin) while the other 2 pins are terminal # 87. One of your relay has the wordings 2, 4, 3, 5.
@ and 4 are the coil circuit whereby if battery voltage is applied to one and and the other is grounded, the relay would click.
One simple way is to sway the relay with another that fits, eg the headlight relays. You can use the headlight to test the realy too. Just remove the headlight relay and plug the fan relay in and turn on the headlights. If the headlight fails to work, then you would know the relay is bad.
Wednesday, July 4th, 2012 AT 9:38 PM