Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I have a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee with a considerable amount of miles on it. Recently I discovered that both my driver's side low beam head light and brake light are out. I went to change the low beam head light and found nothing wrong with the current bulb. I still replaced it with a brand new bulb and the light still does not work. I didn't notice any corrosion. When I checked my fuses I discovered that there is a 5 amp blue fuse in the 14 spot (low high beams.) According to the manual, this should be a 10 amp red fuse? I have been driving the car for at least 3 years and never touched the fuses. As a separate question, I purchased 10 amp red fuses to put in the 14 slot, but they are actually larger than my fuses. I was under the impression that fuses were fairly universal. Any information would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Well if all those years your car was working perfectly fine with that blue fuse just get a new 1 and replace it. But then if the lights still don't work check all the wiring in the car that goes to the lights and if there is no problem go to a mechanic and ask him to look at it. That's all i can really help you with i'm sorry i'm not a mechanic yet or i would help you further.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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