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Rad. fan not kicking on replaced relay and fan on 2000jeep grand cherkeoo

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Check the temp sender and wiring? Checked pin #16 on the black computer harness plug for temp sender signal? checked power and ground at the relay?


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Check the temp sensor. Whatever tells your fan to turn on at certain temps is not doing its job.

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