How to Test a Fan Relay on a Jeep Cherokee?

Answer A Jeep Cherokee uses an electric fan as an auxiliary fan for engine cooling and for cooling the air conditioning condenser when the air conditioning is in operation. A radiator temperature-sensing ... Read More »

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How to Replace a Fan Relay in a Jeep Cherokee?

If an engine overheats, the damage can ruin the engine by cracking the head or causing the pistons to seize. As soon as there is a noticeable level of excessive heat or no temperature reading at al... Read More »

How to Install an ABS Relay in a Jeep Grand Cherokee?

An ABS warning light on the dash of your Jeep Grand Cherokee means that you need to change the ABS relay. Driving your vehicle while the ABS warning light is dangerous as the ABS relay controls the... Read More »

Where Is the Fan Relay Located on a 1995 Jeep Cherokee?

Your 1995 Jeep Cherokee's fan motor will not run correctly if the fan relay is damaged in any way. Because of its location, the relay is susceptible to damage during front-end impacts with other ob... Read More »

How to Reach the Flasher Relay in a 1997 Jeep Cherokee?

The 1997 Jeep Cherokee uses a combination flasher for the turn signals and the four-way flasher or emergency flashers. Access to the flash is extremely poor and requires removal of several trim pan... Read More »