Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
That seems to be something of a chronic issue. I have heard that some off-roaders move the relay to another cooler location where there is more air flow by extending the wires. That is likely why Jeep puts it where it is instead of in the power distribution center. If you move it, I'd also consider doing a bit of weather proofing on the connector though or you'd be trading one problem for another.
One good place might be inside the lower part of the air cleaner box. There is always a good clean supply of moving air there whenever the engine is running and plenty of room as well.
I'd also make sure the fan motor isn't drawing too much amperage and that all connectors and grounds are good as all can cause extra resistance in the circuit.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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