Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
2000 jeep grand cherokee...the blwer/fan doesn't seem to be coming on, could it be a fuse or a much worse problem?
I had a similar problem, except my blower fan did blow, but it ONLY blew out cold air. I took it to a couple of places and I was forced to take it to the dealer. Apparently, this is a problem with the Jeeps. The mechanisms on the door for the blower will break, which opens and lets in ac or heat. In order to get to it, you MUST take the dash completely out. Cost is between $800-$1200!!! Most of the cost is labor ($800)!!! I just got mine repaired about 6 weeks ago. I live in a cold climate and I need the heat for defrosting, etc. it SUCKS!!!
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
If you have Automatic Temperture Control then you will need a blower resistor module which could be around $100 to $200. If you have a manual temperture control then it can be just a simple $20 blower resistor.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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