Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Yes that is rigth, it just alot easier IMHO to remove the front bumper, it only has a few srews, once you have removed the bumper you'll see under the passenger front ligth a black "square" this is the relay, I'll suggest you buy it first so you know how it looks like, it is attached with 2 10 mm bolts, really esay to chance, it tooked me about 30 min to do everything and about $60 for the relay (buy it on the dealership) I leaned how to do it by myselft after the dealer wanted $350 for the job, seve you 300 and do it your self, is easy.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
The fan relay is under the passenger side headlight, simply take out the one long screwat the top which holds in the headlight, slide the assembly out, and you will see a small hole about three inches in from the fender. Look inside and you will see part of the relay. Cut a hole in the plastic directly above the relay about two inches square. Get a MAGNETIC seven mm. socket, so as not to drop the two small machine screws that hold it in place, reach through the headlight hole, and pull the relay out, disconnect the wires, reconnect the new one, and bolt it back in place.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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