Cooling fan relay location

Tiny
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I know every thing sayes the relay for the cooling fan for the radiator indicates it is in the fuse cluster located sort of between the battery and the air cleaner. My problem is when I open the top panel to view the fuses and relays, all I see are the fuses. Can you tell me specifically where this relay is and how to get to it. Also what turns the fan on. I am told it is one of the two sensors near the thermostate. Which one is it, front or back, or what is the color. One is brownish the other is organish, and what is it called.
I really would like to find the relay.
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Thursday, November 4th, 2010 AT 8:28 PM

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Tiny
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The PCM is ulitamtely what controls the fans, but the engine coolant temp. sensor does also help the fans function. No. 34 in pic. below is the engine coolant temp. (ECT) sensor. The cooling fan relay is actual built into a module, the constant control relay module (CCRM). It is in the left front of the engine compartment but does not look like a relay because again it is a module, relays built inside of it.


https://www.2carpros.com/forum/automotive_pictures/261618_Noname_2880.jpg

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Thursday, November 4th, 2010 AT 8:58 PM

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