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Heater fan stays on when car is off. I'm pretty sure the relay is stuck. My problem is I don't know where the relay is. If any of you guys know, I'd appreciate it.

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Passenger side under the glove box there is a fuse/relay box. You should find it there on a 1994 jeep.

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