Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I've bought a Haynes repair manual which does nothing other than tell someone where the fuse boxes are, but it has no diagram telling which fuse handles which function. Where can I get a owners manual or where (what link) can I find a guide to help me with tracking of my fuse box?
I had to re-solder the connections on the board where the slide for the dimmer is. Take out disconnect from dash turn over it has solder points that connect the two pieces together. Heat up solder joint apply small amount of new solder. Fixed my problem, it started out with the dash flickering when going over bumpy roads then just went out.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
If you can not find a fuse box schematic, you can always use an ohm meter to test your fuses, or do it the old fashioned way. pull each fuse out one at a time and chek them to see if they are ok. just pay close attention to which fuse socket you take it out of and put it back in the same one, that's why I suggest one at a time.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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