Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Hi, saw your response to a Jeep no start condition on this site and I am having the same problem you are with the little 20 amp fuse blowing( middle one close to bat) under the hood. Did you ever find the problem? and what is fuse for ? PCM? LL73Jay@yahoo.com
We have also had this problem this week over the last few days, on the passenger side of transmission we found the neutral safety switch just before the catalytic converter wiring harness and wires were melted and frayed so check there also
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
If it is the fuse for major engine control electronics that is blowing (PCM, etc.) as soon after energizing, try disconnecting the O2 sensors. The 12V heater in the sensor could be shorting to ground.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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