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Fuse Box I have a light blue wire that came off my fuse box, I don't know where it goes. 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

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  • nancyoldelk Feb 24, 2009

    The power outlet doesn't seem to be working.

  • nancyoldelk Feb 26, 2009

    Thanks, I will check it out.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    U will need to get a factory wiring diagram, but on the outlet have u tested the fuse for that circuit?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    U are going to have to get a factory wiring diagram to find what this goes to, what doesn't work? if all seems ok it may have never been connected, there are many wires that are not connected on wiring harnesses.

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Does the wire have a connector on it? if not, look for a connector plugged into fuse box that has no wire on it and likely evidence that there had been a wire there. If you are not the first owner, there is a possibility that someone pulled that wire to "cure" a problem. Make sure that a new problem does not arise after you re-connect it>

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  • Richard Scordino Feb 26, 2009

    Side note: make sure that the hanging wire is not hot. if it is, tape the end to prevent it from shorting to ground 'till you determine where it went.

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