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I AM WORKING ON A 2005 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LARADO AND AM LOOKING FOR THE RADIATOR COOLING FAN RELAY

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  • gwiabs Jan 14, 2009

    THE ONE I AM LOOKING FOR IS NOW ETHER OF THOSE IT IS PART NUMBER R4736 ACCESS RELAY

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Under the hood , near brake booster , an integrated power module ( a big black box with a cover on it) 2 relays #24 is the low speed fan relay and #11 is the high speed relay . J5

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    Rick Byrd Jan 14, 2009

    the chrysler part number for the radiator low speed fan relay and the radiator high speed relay are the same part number "4727370AA" . this part number you have there , what # hole did you pull it out of , does inside the cover where the fuses are describe socket # and description ?

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Cooling fab relay is located in the PDC .. power distribution center by the battery its a black box with fuses and relays in it
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