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Heater motor works intermitantly

When I start the engine sometime the heater motor starts and some
times not. then when im driving along it will start working.once it startes
working it stays working untile I shut the engine off.next time I start the engineI go through the same thing again.

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  • pneja Jan 30, 2009

    wheres the relay located on a 2000 cherokee?I cant find one in the fuse box area unless its labeled by abreveation.

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This Realy Sounds Like A Bad or Loose Ground Although it Could Be the Power Plug too Check for Loose Plug At the Blower motor And Also try to Catch When its Off but Switch is on And SMACK it With a Screwdriver this will tell its the GROUND Wiggling the Power lead W/Blower On & it comes on Says Its the Hot or POWER Lead to motor. Beyond that Its gona be the RELAY But AS I Said I think its Power or GROUND LOOSE Hope this helps !!

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  • Ronnie Wilson Jan 31, 2009

    The blower motor relay is installed in a wire harness connector that is secured to the passenger side outboard end of the heater-A/C housing in the passenger compartment, next to the heater-A/C wire harness connector.


    The blower motor resistor is mounted to the bottom of the heater-A/C housing on the passenger side of the vehicle under the instrument panel.
    Again Hopin you get it takin careof soon thank you , RejakWilson

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