Nope. The only thing shown on the diagram is a box representing the computer circuitry that grounds the relay. You need the scanner to figure out if the heater controller is sending the "fan request" signal or the front module is not reacting to that request.
To bypass the computer controls, you can stick a thin wire into terminal 85, then install the relay. Use a jumper wire to ground 85, and the fan will work. The jumper wire is taking the place of the computer controls. Nothing else will be damaged, but I don't know what the ramifications are of doing that as far as setting diagnostic fault codes.
Be careful to not use such a fat wire as to spread the terminal in the socket. That can cause intermittent problems later.
Saturday, February 4th, 2017 AT 3:51 PM