Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I turned off my car, took the keys out of the ignition & the engine fan is still running.
If it shut off after a few minutes it may be running hot. You may need to flush and fill your coolant system and or replace your thermostat.
Posted on Apr 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a fuse in fuse block underhood..but it sounds like a stuck cooling fan relay..is located on pass side front frame rail..you have to remove both headlamps and front bumper cover to access relay
Posted on May 17, 2009
SOURCE: Antenna motor runs while the radio is on or off. The antenna is stuck in the extended position. When the car is shut off the antenna motor continues to run to retract the antenna, but it doesn't go
You need to pull the fuse for the antenna or just unplug it. It has a fairly ridgid plastic wire that pushes the antenna up and down. Works fine until the wire breaks then it rolls up (antenna down) but it never increases resistance because the antenna never comes down , it's like a fishing reel when the lure breaks off, so the motor thinks that the antenna is still coming down and it will run and run and run trying to do it's job. Your lucky it stuck up and not down. If you want your antenna to go up and down again you'll have to buy and install a new one.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
OK, This should get you started on the problem. You need to remove the Fuse first to stop it running. Locate the fan switch and check that it is not permanently on (Short Circiut). If it is, Fit a new switch.
If not, then you need to locate the Fan Relay Switch and see if this is stuck on.
Thats assuming you do not have a short circiut in the wiring loom.
You can drive without the fan but not in slow traffic, you must have airflow across the radiator to avoid damaged. Do not allow the car to overheat.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Someone hard wired it directly to a constant power source. I assume there was a problem with the fan at one point for someone to do this. If you disconnect the power wire to the fan and jump it to one of the fuses that only has power when the vehicle is running you will solve your problem. I would think your battery would be dying running for over an hour after the car is off.
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
The "resistor" to your blower motor system is bad...This is the only way your blower would continue to run after turning the key off...Ask your Auto Parts friends for the location...not a problem to change...Hope this helps...:)
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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