Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I replaced Radiator, Thermostat, Coolant Tempreture Sensor,Belt, cooling system sensor but car continues to overheat in traffic, I also had to replace the cooling fan because it came apart, and i,ve notice when you shut the motor off the fan don,t continue to run. i dont know what else to do plesse help
If the electric cooling fan is inoperative, check the 15A fuse in the junction block and the 40A fuse in the Power Distribution Center (PDC) with a 12 volt test lamp or DVOM. Refer to the inside of the PDC cover for the exact location of the fuse.
Is the electric fan coming on when the AC is turned on? That should supply EXTRA air flow through the condenser & radiator (to keep the system cool) during AC operation.
If the fan is not coming on, check the control relay. You MAY be able to swap it with another one of the same type. These relay should be under the hood
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