Sorry for the delay.
Yes. It is ok to jump the relay to check the fan operation. If you can jump 12 volts to it then clearly the fan is fine.
So now it is a matter of finding out why the fan is not being commanded on.
So that means we should jump the relay from the power terminal to the control wire.
If it comes on, then we have a command/control side issue.
This means we need to find out why the PCM is not commanding the relay closed and if it is then maybe this is just a relay issue.
Here is a guide that will help us with this type of testing.
To check the PCM for grounding the relay, use your red meter lead to battery positive and then other to the terminal of the relay coming from the PCM.
Then see if the fact is commanded on by your meter showing 12 volts. If it does then the PCM is grounding the relay and more the likely the relay is the issue.
Please let me know if you have questions. Below is the wiring diagram of the USA version of this vehicle. it is not going to match directly but should be close.
Thursday, February 3rd, 2022 AT 2:28 PM