Question about 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Sounds like you need tests run at the fanswitch which is screwed into the head. sounds like you need the updates for your vehicles wiring and the tsb's that pertain to the correct identification of parts, wires and switches. you may need a thermostat too. public library has the info you want. the more you identify what your jeep is and what equip. it has, the easier it is. ask the librarian to show you on the automotive database. get the "dealer info" get the TSB's for cooling system and engine. they make so many and so many variations of, you must bring yours to answer questions as they arise
Posted on Apr 27, 2014
You don't need to run a wire anywhere.
You need to determine what works correctly and what doesn't.
You have what is a fairly new vehicle, with most likely a minor, easy to repair problem.
Unless your adding aftermarket accessories.
Discribe in more detail, what the issue is, and someone will try to guide you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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