Hi everyone. Working on a 2002 Dodge Grand Caravan with about 190K miles on it. The symptom I am seeing is that the engine overheats pretty quickly once after running for about 5 minutes. What I have done so far is replace the thermostat, and added coolant. What I finally did was actually stop the car while it was running hot, and I have found that (only) the driver side radiator cooling fan does not come on. I was about to replace the relay when I realized that one fan works, and one does not, so it might not be a bad relay. That assumes that when the fan is running at 30% power, both fans would be on and at 30%. I read through some of the posts here, so I am going to try adding coolant directly into the radiator as mentioned in some of the other posts with a similar problem. I am looking for ideas on what else I should heck out. I watched the posted video about the 3rd gen cooling fan relay (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdIYm9kM5E0), but I don't (currently) have one of those power probes. Adding that to the tool list. The oil is not creamy. I don't hear any unusual sounds when starting the van, but we have an exhaust leak that makes anything quieter than a large explosion impossible to hear. I am also going to verify that the one fan does turn by hand so I can rule out a seized fan. Thanks in advance!