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Unfortunately, Mark it's really not as simple as it sounds, to connect the wires properly. Because of that third red traveler wire for the 3-way switch. Actually, ceiling fans don't work well, when a 3-way switch is involved, because it was designed only for lighting convenience. When the fan is turned on, the other ceiling lights will start to glow, whether they are ON or not..
You would be much better served if you can locate another line to come off of and wire to that. Of course,y you won't have the convenience of a wall switch to operate it. But, that's what the pull chains on the fan are for.
Hope this helped you and thanks for choosing FixYa.
2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Stereo Wiring
6" x 9" Doors
Left Front (+)
Left Front (-)
Right Front (+)
Right Front (-)
6 1/2" Rear Door
Left Rear (+)
Left Rear (-)
Right Rear (+)
Right Rear (-)
Red: Switched 12volt
Yellow: Constant 12volt
Black: Chassis Ground
Blue: Not used
Light Blue/Yellow: Steering wheel control
Brown: Mute Control
Blue White: Power Antennae (or Amplifier remote turn on)
White - White/black: +/- left front
Gray - Gray/black: +/- right front
Green - Green/Black: Left rear
Purple - Purple/black: right rear
LF - light green/green
LF + light green/red
RF- light blue/ black
RF+ light blue/red
RR- tan/dark green
LR- white/dark green
LR+ dark green/white
This wiring is for the standard audio system