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My running lights/dash lights are not working on a 1996 Cherokee

Headlights, brake lights and hazards work fine. I understand this is a fuse, but I cannot find the diagram to replace?

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  • princessewhi Dec 18, 2008

    Thank you! I don't have the owner's manual, but I will look for the 20 amp fuse :o)



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I looked in a Haynes manual and it showed a 20 amp fuse controlling the the dash/ taillights. I t sould be in the fuse block under the the driver's side dash. If you have your owners manual, there should be a fuse locator diagrahm to help you locate the right 20 amp fuse. Remember usually when your dash lights are out so are your tail lights.

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