Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
No clock inside
Find a blank spot on the dash and make sure there is room behind it to allow a clock to fit there. Find a clock you like in a junkyard and cut a hole where you want to mount it. Careful cutting near any wiring.. Before installing, determine where power attaches to it and make a simple two wire harness ((3) if you need an extra to power a light. Use an in-line low amp fuse in both hot leads. Attach wire that runs the clock to any open acc port in the fuse block that is hot at all times. Attach light power to acc port that is only on with key. attach ground to metal frame of dash. Don't tap power from any fused circut...it may change operation of any control module in that circut. Make sure the new wires do not rest on any sharp metal under dash.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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