Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The fuse is located under the hood, nearest the passenger side fender towards the fron of the car. It is a 40 watt fuse colored green. I had the same issue, replaced the resistor block and I had the blower working. It later became intermittent due to a factory defect in the connector leading into the resistor. Your dealership should have a replacement piece. Been workig ever since.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
First off, it's called the blower motor. Check in your manual for the fuse for that. If the fuse is good, it could either be a bad blower motor or blower motor resistor.
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