radiator cooling fan


Asked by May 27, 2010 at 03:35 PM about the 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have had a lot of problems with my 2003 jeep Cherokee l bought it in 2006 and six months later the cooling fan for the
radiator and it has been in going every six months it would stop working  now they say my fan is shot again at least it,last
a year but what is bothering me is that the say the fan alone will be between 250 to350 in 2009 the part was 80.00 plus
labor it came to 345.09  am l being ropes off here  help

2 Answers

Look up Eb*y.. 65 bucks for your ten blade fan. if it's five blade fan, i think it s worth more.. put the fan in yourself.. It's a Jeep Cherokee.. not a frickin P*r$che. If you don't know how to do it, get your dad or boyfriend or the guy next door to do it for you. Five bolts, and a torque wrench, not that hard to do.. I'd say.. 3 - 4 hours tops.. ( i'm a slow, but perfectionist self mechanic ). But if you need that warranty for it, then i'd say 345.09 is what you sacrifice for paying someone else to do the dirty work for you.. Mechanic's gotta make money to feed his 8 Mex*c@n kids.

check the fan relay, it's probably the problem, it's ;located under the left side headlight, the battery side, they are easy to change and run about 40 or 45 bucks

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