2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo climate control problem

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Asked by Dec 10, 2013 at 11:53 PM about the Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a 2001 Grand Cherokee Laredo with the dual digital display climate control.  Everything seems to work however the fan won't work when I turn it on.  I tried wiring the fan directly to the battery and it kicks on fine. What could be the problem?

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Did you check the fuses? Don't forget to check the ones under the hood also, then check the fan relay. If all of that checks then you could have a problem with the hvac control computer.

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Check the blower motor resistor located under the dash passenger side in the duct work. It has a red & black power connector and cover over the resistor module. The module seems to draw to much current and will melt the connector causing the blower to stop working. I replaced mine and the blower works again but blows much lower than it previously did.

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