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1988 jeep cherokee wiring problems

I had a ''shade tree mechanic'' come wire my cb and my turn signals and brake lights,and wind sheild wipers havent worked since is there aneasy sollution imnot big on auto wiring but it juyst seems like the diagrams ive seen are really complicated and i just cant seem to understand them help me please!!!!!

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  • Wstarnes Sep 08, 2008

    ive allready replaced every fuse in the jeep thats not it but i appriciate your help

  • mbranson Nov 15, 2008

    Same problem here.... no dirctionals, wipers and radio. Fuses are good.

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Your 'mechanic' may have blown a fuse during the installation. To check them, you really should buy a cheap digital multimeter; they are easy to use and can be had for < $20 US. Sometimes the fuses don't 'blow' bad enough to see that the fuse element is broken but a meter will tell you if they conduct or not. 

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