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I have a 1993 Jeep Cherokee. A found a fuse snapped off and lying on the floor. don´t know what it is for.
it is decscibed as a 4.8 amp 12 volt with the numbers 8956001110 on it can you please help me!!!!

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  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2009

    I found out what the fuse was for, it controls the windshield wipers and washer. It did snap off at the tabs. Had to pull the tabs out with pliers.
    Any idea what it will cost to replace. Going to stop today at Napa and ask.

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Is everything that's suppsed to be working actually working? If everything is OK, I would not worry about it. I have never seen a fuse snap off or fall out of it's holder. I'd bet it was removed & replaced during a previous repair and either fell out of the dash or moved from under seat where it had been lying.

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