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The cooling fan (radiator area) in my 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee is not working. I believe that the control relay has failed. I'm don't know where the relay is located - under the hood. Can you help? NRL 6/3/09

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Located under the passenger side headlight.

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Check your fan belt too...

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