on a 1999 jeep grand cherokee where is the coolant fan relay
the flasher relay, its at the fuse box, under the gauge cluster there its the diagram in the related links.
My 1999 Grand Cherokee just started this today. My first thought is that the fan relay is stuck in the "on" position.
The relay has probably failed. It is located under the passenger headlight, under the bumper cover.
The cooling fan relay for a 1999 Contour should be in the fuse box under the hood. It is close to the battery, and the lid should show the location of the relay.
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There is no such part on a 1999 Jeep.
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The most compatible and completely interchangeable transmission that can be used with a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited is the 45RFE transmission. This is from a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Only this model year is compatible with the 1999 model year as the vehicles shared 127 of the exact same parts.
The fan relay is actually behind the passenger side headlight, in front of the fuse box. You need to remove the headlight in order to get to the relay. This just happened to my 99 jeep grand Cherokee yesturday lol.
looking at the motor from the front of the vehicle its behind the bumper shround
Loose ground wire? Excessive resistance on cooling fan motor?
The relay is in the power distribution box under the hood on the driver side by the battery. Johnny Texas.
The fuel pump is inside of the gas tank
It can not be disabled. It is in the programming of several computers.
Below the air cleaner boxes on the driver's side.
The relays are numbered and there are no labels to explain which one is which. The numbers are not explained in the drivers manual. How do you figure out which number is for which relay?????
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The most common problem with 1999 and up Jeeps over heating is the cooling fan relay. On your 2003 Jeep, if it has an A/C, check to see if the A/C clutch remains engaged when you turn it on. Both the cooling fan and the A/C clutch runs off the same relay circuit. The cooling fan relay is located below the passenger side head light assembly, you'll need to remove the fachia to access it. Low coolant Cooling fan not working Defective thermostat Plugged or restricted radiator Bad radiator cap System airbound Hoses collapsing under pressure Water pump not circulating coolant
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