1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee Relay diagram?
I have a 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo and I was wondering if anyone knows where I can go to find a diagram for the relays? I have a 4.0 Liter inline 6 cylinder engine and the relay box is in the glove box if you remove the bottom panel.
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
Sorry I don't have what you want but you can probably find it like I did on 'craigslist' in the autombile section from a Jeep club member.
I have a older Jeep and just recently got the entire Chrysler service manual, wiring, engine, the works and all relay diagrams, from a guy who had it on a CD as a '.pdf' file.
It's about 2000 pages and he simply sent me a copy free. Chrysler dealers sell it also.
Ask a member of a local 'off-road' Jeep club. The members are usually very sharp and helpfull.
Good Luck.Source(s): Jeep owner. Ex- mechanic.
- 9 years ago
Unfortunately, youll have to download this PDF file to see it, but this is the entire wiring diagram for the WJ Jeep (its technically the 2000+ Jeep but I was working with the wiring on my 95 Grand Cherokee and its all been 100% accurate for me)
(by the way, there are more relays under the hood, when you look in the black box behind the battery)
Heres the Site
And when you click on "here" at the bottom to download it, it sends you to this link:
- 4 years ago
Here is my .02 If you buy a new car you are looking at a $400+ dollar car payment, if you buy a new, average priced car, and pay that for the next 4 to 5 years. OR.... Spend $1000 - $3000 and you can have a rebuilt engine installed usually with at least a 1 year warranty. Even if you have to take out a loan or use a payment plan you will be way below the total for a new car. Then again if you are looking for a reason to get a new car, go ahead and get it, why look for an excuse?
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- Anonymous6 years ago
icant fine my relay switch lociton for 1995 jeep