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It should be under the battery, on the front passenger side. You will need to take out the battery and the battery plate or tray (3 bolts) and it will be down under that. See this youtube video for location. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSOIWW0q_Ic
Posted on Mar 03, 2019
Testimonial: "I don’t see it. Video you sent me is for a 2000 Jeep and mine is a 2007. Are you sure it’s there? Can you send a picture of the relay for a 2007 Jeep go v6? Thanks."
It's under front right hand headlamp you have to buy the original and don't loose your time
Posted on Mar 03, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the wiring from the relay to the fan motor, and check the wiring from the fuse block. Basically check all wires that supply power to the fan motor, use a volt meter. Fan Relay (behind headlight, under battery) on the 2001 GC 4.0L are a piece of ****, I change mine almost yearly. The problem is their location, a high heat area prone to the elements. I understand that 2002 and newer, the location was changed and the problem solved. Relay might close the circuit when cold or at reasonable temps, but might open a circuit when it heats up, causing the problem.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
The blower fan relay is located in the fuse box on the driver's side fender-well.
A Jeep Cherokee uses an electric fan as an auxiliary fan for engine cooling and for cooling the air conditioning condenser when the air conditioning is in operation. A radiator temperature-sensing switch that activates the fan relay at 198 degrees F turns the fan on and controls its operation. The temperature drops when the vehicle is in motion and the switch turns the fan off. When the air conditioning system is in operation, the air conditioning relay supplies power to the fan relay via a fan diode downstream from the ignition switch. This diode activates the fan relay and keeps the fan operating as long as the air conditioning is on.
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Posted on May 18, 2010
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