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Q: Code P1491.

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My jeep is showing a code P1491.

A: The most common cause of this code on this ...

The most common cause of this code on this vehicle is the cooling fan relay in the under the hood fuse panel. I would have a technician such as one with YourMechanic come out and test the relay and diagnose the problem further.

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