Question about 1999 Jeep Cherokee
I bought a new cluster and replaced it but it still does not work. truck runs great but I think I might have some kind of short in the electrical system. should i take it to the dealer and have them diagnose the problem?
I HAVE A 98 CHEROKEE ,4.0 , I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM , I REPLACED THE COMPUTER WITH A USED ONE FROM THE JUNKYARD , THE GAUGES WORK FINE NOW, I HOPE THIS HELPS ,,,
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