i'm going to make a phone call, and try to get a diagram of your vehicle emailed or faxed to me. __________________
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. My second cooling issue is a coolant leak coming from the back of the engine, more specifically ending at the bell housing. I've tested the cooling fan by hotwiring to the battery and it runs. If fan operates proceed to next step. http://www.cherokeeforum.com/f2/aux-fan-not-working-im-lost-97314/
Good Luck -Nick 1988 Jeep Cherokee w/ 410,000+ miles. I'll report my findings. There a three separate sensors/senders/switches with my renix cooling system.
Also, there's a bunch of wires that go down to the back side of the under-dash fusebox (red arrow). but any help would be appreciated. __________________ Wayne Member#17 NRA Life member, AARP NovaJeepers 96XJ,4.0,AW4,D30/D44,4:10s,Detroit,4.5" lift 33,s Wayne Sihler View Public Profile Find all posts by Wayne Sihler #4 I have access to mitchell online and that didn't seem to help much. Jeep Cherokee Cooling Fan Relay Location There's plenty of freon (we recharged).
my coolant temp sensor is in the thermostat housing monitoring the coolant on the radiator side. Jeep Cherokee Cooling Fan Relay This is probably clear as mud ... If fan does not operate replace radiator temperature switch once the engine has cooled down. I've suspected for years the cooling temp sensors may be faulty ...
Re: 95 Jeep Cherokee Auxiliary Fan not working 4 years 1 month ago #31614 EricTheCarGuy Offline Administrator Posts: 16253 Thank you received: 2062 Karma: 382 If the fan is suppose to Jeep Cherokee Electric Fan Not Working Power Tip: Subscribe to your thread (Thread Tools) to receive an instant email notification when you get a reply. The second time the fan comes on is with your AC. Thanks for the suggestions. -Brandon Reply With Quote 11-24-2003,12:07 AM #5 savin Junior Member Join Date Oct 2003 Posts 12 With the engine off but the ignition on, unplug the connector
My electric radiator fan doesn't turn on when it reaches over heating temperatures but will activate when the A/C is switched on. other If battery voltage is not present replace the fan diode assembly. Jeep Xj Fan Relay Location Moab, Utah IC Geostash Challenge 2008 ColoradoFest 2008 Cherokee Crawl 2008 Northwest Fest 2008 1998 Jeep Cherokee Cooling Fan Not Working Check for battery voltage at terminal 2 of the fan relay connector (Fig. 43).
Power Tip: Subscribe to your thread (Thread Tools) to receive an instant email notification when you get a reply. http://pixelzs.com/jeep-cherokee/jeep-cherokee-gauges-not-working.html Find all posts by lndrvrxj #6 December 17th, 2003, 13:24 Planetcat NAXJA Forum User Join Date: Sep 2003 Location: NorCal Posts: 447 Re: Auxiliary Fan + Cooling Temp It will not kick on when the a/c, defrost, or high temp. this is done so that if it were to overload, the failure will happen exactly where they wanted it to. Jeep Cherokee Electric Fan Sensor
But you slow down and so does that air, which is why they added an electric fan to help out. Doing so will greatly help you determine the cause of the non-working fan. But like I said, a little diagnostic work will save time and money, so be sure your mechanic goes through the motions. his comment is here HTH Wayne Quote: Originally Posted by bchulett According to the 1991 Jeep FSM, the Auxiliary Fan on a XJ switches on and operates when the air-conditioning is used ...
The dealer tells me the Aux Fan comes on at 215°F ... Jeep Xj Electric Fan Wiring Using a jumper wire with an In-line 25 amp fuse, supply battery voltage to terminal 4 of the relay con- nector (Fig. 43): If fan operates, the motor is good. I bought a new thermostat sensor from the dealer today ...
Remove fan retaining screws from radiator upper crossmember (Fig. 41). I've suspected for years the cooling temp sensors may be faulty ... martinbuilt 16,368 views 7:02 How to check your radiator fan switch - Duration: 1:55. Jeep Xj Electric Fan Not Working When my XJ was new, the Auxiliary Fan would switch on and operate exactly per the instructions in the FSM ...
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Disconnect the electric fan connector. This is my first time here--I'm a 50-year old very active, usually competent do-it-yourself-er on minor car things and around the house. That will be in a later video though. Advertisement Re: 95 Jeep Cherokee Auxiliary Fan not working 4 years 1 month ago #31641 carsRawesome Offline 1st Gear Auto Mechanic at a tech school Posts: 5 Karma: 0 Today I
I have a stock auxillary a/c cooling fan that will not turn on. cooling the fluid returning from the block as it flows into the radiator---a proactive approach to optimizing the cooling system to maintain the 195° operating temperature for extreme conditions. It has not seemed to make a difference under these conditions so I have resorted to not using my air since I have been stuck more than a few times. correct ?
If battery voltage is not present replace the fan diode assembly. The transmission has to be dropped to replace it. I do know of the manual switch in the cabin but would like to have it run as it did from the factory. If fan operates proceed to next step.
Re: 95 Jeep Cherokee Auxiliary Fan not working 4 years 1 month ago #31848 EricTheCarGuy Offline Administrator Posts: 16253 Thank you received: 2062 Karma: 382 If that's the case then the The worst thing, if you opt to remove the radiator, is to get all the air pockets out of the heating system so that it will still flow. If continuity exists replace the fan motor. It's a pain in the a$$ to get to, unless you remove the radiator or air cleaner box.
Planetcat View Public Profile Find all posts by Planetcat #7 December 17th, 2003, 23:24 bchulett NAXJA Member #999 Join Date: Mar 2003 Location: Southern California Posts: 843 Re: the only problem is the FSM is unclear which cooling temp sensor is ultimately wired to the Aux Fan ... Please enter a valid email address. Did you mean ?
i thought that the sensor was the problem to but if it ain't broke don't fix it right...... it should come on right before the thermostat opens ... However, the Haynes book says "Fusible links cannot be repaired, but a new link of the same size wire can be put in its place." Where then it talks about how gauge sender, is at the back of the block and the temp.