Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
When I first got my Cherokee 5 years ago, I had to replace the PCM within a month. Since then I've had to replace the fan relay at least once a year. Now my cooling fan has quit working, even after replacing the fan relay again and installing a new thermostat. It was wired directly to the ignition and worked sometimes, but is now completely dead. I'm not mechanically inclined so I have no idea exactly what parts I'll need to replace the fan. Does it come as all 1 kit? Could it be anything else other than the fan just fried out?
You can test ur fan with running" leads" or wires. a + and- from fuse box straight to fan wires, putting a on and off switch in between. its to check is fried or not. switch in line really not needed but it works
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
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