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Where is the fan relay on my 2005 jeep grand cherokee laredo. (any pics videos)Some say passengers side some say driver's side. Check engine light on and can't get inspection.

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  • Mike Romero
    Mike Romero Apr 25, 2015

    Those are ok .is there 1 relay under the bumper where you can cut plastic to find it.

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    Mike Romero Apr 25, 2015

    P0480 po481 2005 jeep grand cherokee laredo = fan relay codes. took it to auction direct they said it was the fan relay and would be about $350 labor had to take off bumber. My friends check your big 50 amp red fuse next to the hi- lo relays. it causes p0480 code the check engine light. I'm all fixed up no check engine no codes 1 red 50amp fuse not $$$$$

  • paulmacintyre
    paulmacintyre Apr 26, 2015

    There is no module/relay on the jeeps to control the fans.... Only the relays Hio and Lo

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The rad fan relays ( high and low) are located in the under hood fuse/relay compartment.

Posted on Apr 25, 2015

  • Mike Romero
    Mike Romero Apr 25, 2015

    50amp red fuse next to relays was blown. Replaced it drove is about 35 miles check engine light went off. Thanks for your help

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