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Fan relay relacement proceedure for 2002 Jeep Cherokee

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NOTE ---relay under passenger headlight, not driver side.

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It is located in a very unusual place. Remove your Right headlight. underneath whaere the light usually is, you need to cut and opening about 3x3 inches. There is your relay. For more pictures do a google search.

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