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I need to know where the fan relay switch is under the hood

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  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2009

    how do you remove the headlight assembly to change the relay on 2001 jeep grand cherokee?

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If you're talking about the cooling fan relay, it's behind the bumper cover under the passenger side headlight. Instead of taking the entire bumper cover off, you can take the right headlight assembly out, and cut a hole in the plastic cover. You won't see the hole after replacing the headlight, and I know several techs that do this. You might want to remove the battery, and look down to see where the relay is before cutting.

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SOURCE: 2004 Dodge Stratus A/C Fan Relay Switch

ok first the fan relay should be located inside the elecrical box. this is usually located on the drivers side under the hood. next even you have only one speed when you turn the switch it's because the reostat is bad it is located in the fan motor housing. hope this helps.

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SOURCE: need to know where my fuel pump relay is located

it is located under the rear seat on the right hand side... on both ends of the fuse block are the fuel relays

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uoe can retrieve that on line for free All I did was goggle mercury cougar 99

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SOURCE: The cooling fan (radiator area) in my 2000 Jeep Grand

Check your fan belt too...

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