Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
If you are talking about the cooling fan between the radiator and the engine [with the 4.0L engine] then this fan comes out through the top along with/attached to the radiator. If it is a 4.7L hydraulic fan then it can be removed without pulling the radiator. If you have an auxiliary fan ahead of the radiator then you may have to pull the grill and related parts surrounding it to get it out. None are real easy to get out and require a fair amount of patience to remove. If you have an electric fan check to be sure that you don't have a blown fuse that is preventing it from working. Usually it's a fairly large fuse of 30 or more amps. These fans can become frozen in place in winter and will cause the fuse to blow when they try to turn but the problem may not be noticed until the weather warms up and they are needed for a/c operation.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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