Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The fuse is # 9, on the fusebox in the engine compartment, iwould also check all the fuses sometimes power may come from another fuse and cause cluster not to work,theres a fuse box also on the pass/side near floor behind the kick panel.
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
If you still have the pop off cover for the fuse box the amperage and position (number) along with the purpose served by each fuse is stamped on that cover.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
unfortinately the fuse box is under the hood and there is no panel inside the 2000 cherokee or diagram, i had to buy an online manual to find out what fuse went where for my jeep but its not with me. You can just pull the fuses out one at a time and look at them - I know its a pain. It might be your window controll switch - mine is bad as well. It is a common problem for these cherokees especially over 100k, they wear out - I initally thought it was my fuse as well because the lights in the window switch didn't light up anymore - but it is my switch.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
Likely you are looking for a 30 amp circuit breaker...(Looks like a small rectangular metal fuse) But...if the power door locks work, i don't think that it's bad (serves locks & windows) My diagrams show a bunch of diodes and resistors inside the master (drivers) door switch, but I've had a few apart and never saw any. (embedded?) Personally I don't see anything that shows me reliability built into the switch...It's a really "iffy" design (one in my niece's Jeep only works when the sun shines on the drivers door) There is also a control module associated with the windows but I've never needed to replace one and the manuals never tell you where they are!
Check power at the switch and check harness where it goes through the rubber boot between the door and body. at least 80% of problems I've seen are either the switch or that wiring. Wires can be spliced and you can get a decent used switch at most scrap yards.
Good luck...glad they aren't stuck down!!!
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
Number 11 is a 25 amp (natural) Headlamp delay module and also controls the horn.
Number 15 is a 15 amp (Lt. Blue) this controls the instrument panel lamps, headlamp switch, parking lamps and radio/clock memory.
number 17 is a 7.5 Amp (Violet) controls instrument cluster gauges, headlamp delay module, chime module, overhead console. I hope this helps because there are several different configurations for the jeep. So if this doesn't make sense then let me know and I will send you a different one.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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