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I do not know which relay you are looking for? But inside the power distribution box is one for the fan, over on the right top fire wall are two more for ignition and fuel. Hope this helps, let me know.
Check the inertia switch near the ebrake pedal. It is a switch with a button on the top just push the button. This switch is black with either a white or red square button on the top. It is usually between the clutch pedal and e-brake pedal mounted on the fire wall inside the truck.
There are actually 3 behind the battery and the fire wall.
1- Fuel relay switch.
2- AC relay control switch.
3- OVP Over voltage protection relay switch.
They all have labels. To replace, just pull them upward. To have an easy access, remove the ECM unit blocking access first, then put it back after you replace the relay switch.
I just fixed this yesterday. Its your fan relay switch located behind your passenger side front headlight. I took my 2003 Jeep Cherokee to a mechanic and he could figure out the problem. I took it to a nicer mechanic and they were gunna charge me 600 bucks. I did a little research and ordered the relay switch online for only 40 bucks and changed it myself in like 10 minutes...
Saved me a bundle!
Do some research on line, there was one sight that really helped me but i don;t remeber it.
Your problem could be your fan not working for both problems. Generally speaking, it would or should be sticking out of the fire wall. What you need to look for is a small, round protrusion, usally black with 2 wires running to it.
One other trick you might try. Turn on the fan switch, even if you don't know whether or not it is running. Get yourself a long thin screwdriver and press the srewdriver tip up against the fire wall and place the handle against your ear.. If the fan is running, you will be able to hear it as your partner turns the switch on and off, plus you would be able to have a good idea of where its at.