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How do i replace the electric radiator fan in my 93 jeep cherokee?

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Fairly easy job...two top bolts on the fan shroud and the fan lifts straight up. (can't remember if you need to remove the brace across the top or not but even if you do...not a big deal!

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Did you check if the fan starts up when the car has warmed up? The switch may have stopped working. Otherwise clean out the radiator and the outside. Make sure the thermostat is opening, even though it is new doesn't mean that it works. Start from cold and hold the top hose, it will get hot suddenly if it opens. Make sure all the hoses are clear and not collapsed inside.

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My 2001 jeep cherokee has no mechanical fan but does have the electrical fan,do I need the mechanical fan?


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I have replaced the radiator on my 2000 Grand Cherokee and now the on board computer reads" open circuit"in the place where the temperature should be displayed. please assist.


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