Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Had problem starting my jppe found out it was a fuse changed that fuse and now the heater does not work checked fuses and they were good what else should i check and where will i fing the blower for the heater
When a fuse blows, it shows a problem in that circut, generally a voltage spike, sometimes a poor ground that causes excessive resistance in the wiring, or a short. I don't know of any connection between the fuse you changed and heater, but anything is possible...Check your body ground, dash ground, heater relay and blower motor. (Motor is mounted on the engine side of the firewall on the passenger side. relay is either on the firewall or inside the power distribution center (black box near battery).
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