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I got a 99 jeep grand cherokee laredo with a 4.0 straight 6 and looking for the radiator fan relay...any suggestions???

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  • jimmybandmar Oct 27, 2008

    replace the fan motor and it still is not comming on

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    matt L Nov 30, 2013

    the relay is under the right headlight assembly on the fender

  • matt L
    matt L Nov 30, 2013

    pull the headlight assembly and its right there

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It's behind the passenger headlight.Need to take off grill,bumper fascia to get access to it.Mine took about an hour alltogether.

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A 2001 jeep grand Cherokee Loredo 6 cyl. 4.0......How do I change the radiator fan relay....

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