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WHER IS THE FAN RELAY SWITCH ON A 2002 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE

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I is under the passenger side headlight. I have had to change mine a few times now. The proper way to do it is to remove the front bumbper to gain access. Crazy I know. The jeep dealer showed me a quicker way. Remove the headlight, cut a hole through the bumber under the headlight( you won't see the hole as the headlight will cover it up), and this will give you access to the relay.

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