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SOURCE: noise coming from radiator cooling fan in 2000 jeep grand cherokee 4.0

Typically you need to replace the fan clutch. (This is presuming that you are not overheating and not near too hot. Under hot condition, your issue is normal.) The clutch can fail in the locked position.

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