Question about 1994 Jeep Cherokee Country
I have a 91 & a 93 in the driveway. The schematics I have are so pathetic that they tell me nothing (not even the wire colours match). But, the advice I posted will pretty much apply. See if the "hot" fuses on the under dash fuse block go dead when you pull that fuse. If they do (likely) replace the big fuse and then pull them one by one and see which one is drawing on the battery. Some of the fuses may have sub-circuts but at least you will be closer to a solution. I know you have probably looked at this already but I've found that better than 75% of this kind of problem is related to the glove box door not closing properly, keeping the light on where you can't see it.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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