Radiator coolingfan checks out good. Checked fuses all ok. Changed relay. Not getting any power to relay coil? Is there another sensor or relay in line with that? Clutch pulls in and it cools good. Bu

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Asked by May 27, 2012 at 02:41 PM about the 2001 Jeep Cherokee 4 Dr Sport 4WD

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Radiator coolingfan checks out good. Checked fuses all ok. Changed relay. Not getting any power to relay coil? Is
there another sensor or relay in line with that? Clutch pulls in and it cools good. But radiator electric fan won't come
on?

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its computer contoled, the temp sensor sends the signal to the ecu and the ecu sends the power to the relay which then turns on the fan

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Is that the temperature sensor?

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