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The blower s not working on a 2002 Jeep Grand C

My blower is not working on a 2002 jeep grand cher i changed the relay and the blow but stll not working,, i do not see in fuses out

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    heat blows on window but nowhere else. feet are freezing.

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I had the same problem. Mine was the wire harness that connects to the blow bow. My wires were getting to hot and melting the harness. Try to wiggle the wires that connect to the blow bax while the heat is on high.

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Location blower motor relay 95 jeep grand cherokee laredo


easter egg hunts 101. what are the symptoms.?
did you check all fuses first/ that be , first
does it blow on high?
the book covering this (FSM) is free to read.
we dont need to cut and paste it , every time asked.
here it is.
it's in the PDC
read chapter 24 yet, HVAC
then 8w (wiring) 8w42
it's all there. and not fake books, it's real the real deal from jeep.
first off the GC has 2 type HVAC sold day 1
manual system
and automatic, ATC
they are totally different. so no one can answer you, lacking that fact.
lets now look at both (extra work)
the manual system has no relay, in the PDC, there is on inside the heater control but is not user serviceable.
does the blow work on HIGH>?????????
the ATC has a large relay. but is not in the PDC, its on the side of the HVAC per below drawings

chapter 24 cover this, why not read it first?

http://www.morris4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service


page 8w -42-9 (ATC version only) 1 part of a complex system.
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with the free book
a $10 volt meter all this is easy to diagnose.

the manual system the blower is hot. (fused F11 pdc)
the manual system the dash control, grounds the fan
on HIGH. if not on high does so through a RESISTOR block
that R is a relay but is part of the control. (buried)
so if you ground that wire below, called c7
the fan must blow, or fuse F11 is blown.
easy no? if the relay R , right coil is not 12v then that needs to be corrected, if fan blows hotwired, and R is not 0v out.


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