Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? NickInTimeFilms 7,633 views 11:42 THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU BUY A JEEP CHEROKEE (XJ) - Duration: 9:27. Russ Robitaille 160,832 views 13:21 Jeep overheating Grand Cherokee: Jeep Repairs - Duration: 5:33. before the fan stopped working for good .... navigate here
If it reaches a certain point, the fan comes on to cool it off. If continuity is not found repair open and retest. (2) Cooling Fan Relay: With fan relay removed turn the ignition switch to the RUN position. switch and fan...guess I missed any meetings of the board that planned for more than this~ 4 out of 4 people think this is helpful. we let it cool off then went home . http://www.cherokeeforum.com/f2/radiator-fan-not-working-85676/
Register FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search Vendor DirectoryvBLive Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go Fan Inoperative When Air Conditioning Compressor Operates With engine running, A/C on, and fan relay removed, check for battery voltage at terminal 2 of fan relay connector (Fig. 43). AUXILIARY ELECTRIC COOLING FAN MOTOR INOPERATIVE Equipment Required: Volt/Ohm Meter Jumper wire with In-line 25 amp fuse Figures 42, 43, and 44.
You could test the switch to see if it is open or has continuity, test the fan to see if it comes on? All factory issues and info go here! Mark helpful Report migration_judge_roy answered 3 years ago Best of lucksupermgatronitron to you! Jeep Xj Electric Fan Not Working Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading...
You can fairly easily remove the fan and shroud from the unit and replace it with a new one. 1998 Jeep Cherokee Cooling Fan Not Working Loading... Replace fan diode assembly (Fig. 42) if battery voltage is not present. http://autorepair.about.com/od/quicktips/a/elec_ac_fan.htm Sign in 33 3 Don't like this video?
Check for battery voltage at terminal 2 of fan relay connector (Fig. 43).
The fan didn't turn and as long as I was moving down the road, moving air through the front I was good to go. Jeep Cherokee Cooling Fan Relay I have been reading and people said to try a new relay. Jeep Cherokee Cooling Fan Relay Location The World as Seen by Tom 30,284 views 5:01 Replace Temperature Sensor on Jeep Grand Cherokee - Duration: 1:11.
Up next 89 Cherokee Volvo 2 Speed Fan Install - Duration: 18:38. http://unmovie.net/jeep-cherokee/jeep-cherokee-gauges-not-working.html The drip is coming from a freeze plug that sits in the back of the engine behind the bell housing. Mark helpful 40 Report Robert answered about a year ago relay under the passenger side headlight Mark helpful Your Answer Add photo Photo (optional) Related Questions jeep radiator fan... 3 answers where's my speedometer cable? Jeep Cherokee Electric Fan Sensor
Show Full Article Related 5 Ways to Tell Your Car Is Overheating Automotive Cooling System Basics The Coolant Sensor Bad Light Troubleshooting Car Problems: Why Don't I Have Heat? Sign in to make your opinion count. That is when you have the choices of take it to a shop or using the wire you had before, try to trace with that and a good multimeter, to find his comment is here If continuity exists proceed to next step.
lol 04-16-2011, 12:19 PM #8 sthon CF Veteran Join Date: Mar 2011 Location: California Posts: 2,570 My Photos 1992 Cherokee Engine: 4.0 HO Transmission: AW4 Transfer Case: 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Radiator Fan Fuse MotorCity Mechanic 9,949 views 8:10 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overheats Due to Fan Relay Failure - Duration: 1:00. Mark helpful 180 Report DocSavage answered 3 years ago Hey there Mark.
Loading... Am I missing something easy or should I be looking at something different? The one I needed is a switch, not the sensors/senders that connect at the back of the head or on the lower driver side of the engine. 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Fan Relay Location When the air-conditioning is used the engine ECU grounds the A/C relay coil allowing current to flow through it.
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But i would.. Not to say that a new temp sensor may not resolve the gauge issue as I think there is a resistance range where it sits at the 1/2 mark, this way I own a 1998 Jeep Cherokee SE (not a Grand) 4.0L I6 with 4WD. Chick-N-Picker OEM Cherokee Technical.
Please enter a valid email address. Checked fuses, relay, fan motor ok but still will not come on. Jeep Forum Jeep Showcase Jeep Photos Featured Vendors Jeep Garage - Jeep Forum > Jeep Platform Discussion > Grand Cherokee - WK > Troubleshooting/Problems Radiator Fan Not Working User Name The fuse looks alright in spot 23 so I am very confused.
Refer to Wiring diagrams for circuit diagram. Add to Want to watch this again later? Mark helpful 305 Report supermegatronitron answered 3 years ago i was told it usually turns on at 217 or so but i try not to let it get past 220 6