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Hit a deer fan wont turn on now right passenger side just below the headlamp cracked the bumper

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The cooling fan relays are located there, check the sockets they are plugged into for damage.

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Radiator fan continues even with the car off. I have to unhook the battery for it to go off


sounds like the solid state fan relay has gone bad. This is a fairly common failure for jeeps.

The relay is lacted under the passenger headlight assembly. There are two options to replace it. You can remove the entire front of the vehicle including the bumper, headlights, grill, and headlight support. or you can do it the easy way.

Remove the passenger headlight assembly. there will be one or two bolts that need to be removed and then the headlamp assembly will pop out (sometimes a little force is needed).

in the picture below you can see a series of holes have been drilled. You don't have to get this crazy but you will need to make a big enough opening to get at the two screws and to remove the relay. you can see the relay/connector in the hole to the right and the new relay on the bumper.
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Jul 07, 2011 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Fan wont come on, i already jumped it to the battery and it worked, i cant find the relay heard its behind the pass. headlight, how long does it take to change by cutting the hole i need, im a good mech. ...


The Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) cooling fan relay is located below the right headlamp behind the bumper fascia.
  1. Remove front bumper and grill assembly.
  2. Remove 1 support bolt near front of reservoir.
  3. Remove 2 reservoir mounting bolts.
  4. Remove reservoir from vehicle to gain access to vacuum hose. Disconnect vacuum hose from reservoir fitting at rear of reservoir.
  5. Disconnect electrical connector at relay.
  6. Remove 2 relay mounting bolts and remove relay.

May 22, 2011 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Cooling fan keeps running after turning the car off.


You can unplug the fan so it doesnt run the battery dead. Typically what happens with these vehicles is that a failing radiator fan burns out the solid state fan relay, this can also cause the relay to short and supply continuous voltage to the fan assembly. The relay is located below the passenger headlamp but you will need to remove the front bumper to access it.

Feb 01, 2011 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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2002 jeep grand cherokee larado is over heating. The cooling fanonly runs if I hotwire it. I changed th thermostat. Temp gauge is reading . Could it be the cooling fan relay if so where is it located. The...


Fan relay is located under pass headlight. Remove light assembly, use 2 1/2 " hole saw to drill hole in plastic housing ,3"from back wall, 3'' from left side.This will put you right over relay. Unscrew two bolts,replace. Relay was $40.... dealer wanted$350 to remove front bumper to replace it.

Sep 02, 2010 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Where would the relay switches be for the cooling fan


under the hood, driver side (usually) firewall behind battery. (passenger side if battery is there). Look at the back of the relay box cover for diagram. If there is none refer to repair manual for diagram.

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Apr 27, 2010 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Hit a deer. Front and right side of bumper


bumper is an easy fix, but I would worry more about those airbags.
they can be quite costly to replace.

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Coolingfanwonterun


Replace the cooling fan relay. It lives under the right headlamp below the plastic bracket that holds the headlamp assembly. You can do this one of two ways. Remove the bumper fascia, headlamps, and bracket that runs across the front of the car. Or, remove the right headlamp and use a hole saw to drill a one and a half to two inch hole in the bottom of the bracket. Once the headlamp is back in place the hole won't show and the integrity of the bracket will remain.

Jun 07, 2009 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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The fan for the cooling system is not working and is brand new


There is a sensor on the radiator that controls a relay to turn the fan on. There is also a fuse in the fuse panel under the hood. Make sure the radiator is full.

Mar 13, 2009 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Where does the radiator fan relay go


The Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) radiator cooling fan relay is located behind the front bumper fascia below the right headlamp a real pain to get at. supposed to take off bumper, grill, and r side headlamp assy. if youre crafty and have a mirror and you can locate this by eye. you can
"cheat" by using a hole saw to access relay and bolts. can be done without removing said items. be careful. and that will solve your cooling fan issues. common.

Nov 20, 2008 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Engine fan


The fan relay is stuck on.The relay is located under the passenger side headlight and requires removing the front bumper to get to it.You can unplug the fan as a way to keep the fan from running when the car is off, but you should never run the car with it unplugged.

May 25, 2008 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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