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My '01 Grand Cherokee overheated because of a failed

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hi Pearl. my name is Bob
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Customer: My '01 Grand Cherokee overheated because of a failed radiator cooling fan. I replaced the fan and the relay and the fan still does not work. I have power to the relay and a solid ground. what are the chances of a bad PCW?
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Customer: *PCM?
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Customer: Yes
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Jeep
Expert:  bill replied 1 year ago.

slim chance it's a bad computer, first is the check engine light ON?

if so what's the code that is setting, the PCM monitors the cooling fan circuit so if there is a problem it usually sets a code.

second where was the relay located you replaced?