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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 jeep grand cherokee 4.7
Well, the blower resistor handles the lower speeds and the hi-blower relay handles the hi speed only. if the fan still works on the lower speeds then the resistor is bad. if the fan doesn't work at all then your motor has failed and or burn't the relay out also. if you can get your blower to start by hitting the kick panel above the pass. side foot area then the motor is bad. if you are handy enough to drop the kick panel and access the motor then check the connections at the motor. Then wack the motor and see if it comes on then. you will most likely find the problem if you follow those simple rules above. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
Couple of items you need to check. Make sure that your radiator is flowing properly. Often after sitting dry, blockages harden up and flow less than before, overheat originally before repair can also free up debris inside engine and add to plugging of core. Make sure that fans are operating especially with ac on. If you did not change thermostat during repair, change it. Not often but they can sometimes partially open, restricting flow. Also make sure that coolant is at correct concentration (50/50) and that there is no air trapped in the system.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
If you have a new thermostat, then your temp sensor is faulty. If sensor is new, then it is the wiring to sensor or problem with the ECM
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 03, 2010
If the battery is draining at all ,beyond 40 milli amps continuous,which is what keeps the radio clock,pcm (computer) and other devices powered up,then something is not timing out,such as windows,door locks,on the LS the radio etc. Retained memory is just that or it goes to sleep ie no current flow. I won't go into how you check current flow but it is fairly easy. The time consuming task will be to find the offender. You could pull all the fuses and replace them one at a time,but need an ampere meter in the circuit,so that's why I won't go into it. Now fuses alone are just a start and time here is limited. The LS has an awfull lot of stuff. I have a 2004. Even the Alt and a long list of things could cause this.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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