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Trying to locate an electric fan motor for a 1998 grand cherokee 5.9litre

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You want a fan motor from a 93-95 taurus or sable.

The fan connects to the motor differently so you will want to get a fan/motor assembly from a junk yard (I spent $15). You will transfer the plastic fan to your jeep. You can use either the old motor or get a replacement for about $70.

One other thing - the taurus/sable motor has a different electrical connector so you will need to do some splicing.

Total job took me about 15 min

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

  • hal5208 Mar 21, 2009

    I neglected to mention that you want the fan and motor from the 3.8L
    engine on the taurus/sable. The motor housing looks almost exactly like
    the jeep motor and will fit the jeep cowling without modification. The
    motor runs slightly faster than the jeep motor does and combined with
    the taurus/sable fan blades my jeep seems to run cooler than it did
    before.

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