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Heater fuses I have a 95 jeep wrangler and the heater fuses keep blowing when i turn on the ignition i have unpluged all of the heater components and it still blows the fuse when i turn the ignition on can you help me i have no clue where to start looking?

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That fuse also feeds the A/C compressor. did you check the blower resistor? that is in circut before the blower motor. it may have grounded out. More than likely, your'e going to have to start tracing wires. look for chafed or pinched wires under the dash. Has anyone been in there recently? (if pinched during factory assembly it would likely have shown up a long time ago. Have you added anything new in the past few months? if so it may be shorted. Back to AC... disconnect the compressor and check that no wires have burned onto a hot pipe or manifold, In general most wire problems happen either when someone messes with something or when they touch a hot item and burn through.
Good luck

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