Where is the cooling fan relay located on a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee with a 6 Cylinder engine?
Either take off the bumper or cut a 3" hole underneath the right headlight and you'll be able to access it
My cooling fans continue to run while engine is off we have changed the transducer relay cooling sensor what else could it b?
ANSWER: NEED MORE INFO ABOUT VEHICLE- YEAR, MODEL, ENGINE. IF YOU HAVE A GRAND CHEROKEE (WJ) 4.0L OR 4.7L THE PROBLEM IS PROBABLY DUE TO A DEFECTIVE RADIATOR FAN CONTROL MODULE (FAN RELAY). IT IS LOCATED UNDER THE RIGHT HEADLAMP. THE BUMPER FASCIA AND HEADLAMP SUPPORT WILL NEED TO BE REMOVED TO ACCESS THE MODULE. IF YOU HAVE A CHEROKEE (XJ) THE PROBLEM IS MOST LIKELY TO BE A DEFECTIVE RADIATOR FAN RELAY (LOCATED IN…
Engine Classification according to Fuel Used Gasoline Engine uses gasoline as fuel. Diesel Engine uses crude oil as fuel. Engine Classification according to Method of Cooling Indirect Cooling System usually called water engine. Direct Cooling System usually called air cooled engine. Engine Classification according to Cylinder Arrangement Vertical or Inline Engine has cylinders have vertical center lines arrange one after the other. Horizontal Engine has engine with horizontal center line of cylinders. V Type Engine…
Code P1299: Cylinder Head Over Temperature Protection Active Indicates an engine overheat condition was detected by the cylinder head temperature (CHT) sensor. An FMEM Strategy called Fail-safe Cooling was activated to cool the engine. Engine cooling system concerns Low engine coolant level Base engine concerns
Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P1299 indicates an engine overheat condition was detected by the cylinder head temperature (CHT) sensor. An FMEM Strategy called Failsafe Cooling was activated to cool the engine. (Refer to Section 1A, «Electronic Engine Control (EC) System», for more information on Failsafe Cooling Strategy and the cylinder head temperature sensor.) Possible causes: -- Engine cooling system concerns. -- Base engine concerns. -- Low engine coolant level or loss of coolant.