Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The noise starts approximately after the motor is turned off. It also flattens the battery.
That is the heater blower, stuck on
with all jeeps, this year
you SCAN it first.
my guess is the relay is stuck on, or controls bad. or computer that controls it has gone nutz.
we have the schematic. need it?
or just want wild guessing, your call .
the car cam with 2 options, manual and AZC.
automatic zone controls and the work totally different.so......???????
blower motor controller bad
AZC controller bad.
scan it first.
or pull fuse 1 out of pDC, open hood, see PDC? open lid pull fuse 1.
this is blower. 40amps. (not sure what else it kills,im too lazy today)
see wiring air cond. here
RTM its all there, and posted 100s of times.
Posted on Mar 30, 2015
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