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2001 Jeep Cherokee - Power outlet, no power

Neither the power outlet nor the cigarette lighter has power, can't use the car charger for my cell phone.

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  • kristin_bole Mar 06, 2009

    Don't have an owers manual, that would be waaay to easy. It's a company vehicle, and the manual is long since gone...

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Have you checked the fuse for them? The location should be in your owner's manual.

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

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    John Aman Mar 07, 2009

    Open the drivers door, fuse panel should be on the lower dash to the left of the steering column, (might have to look underneath the dash), the cover should have a diagram of which fuse is which. It's probably a 20A yellow fuse. On a 2004 Grand Cherokee it's fuse #9, but check the diagram.

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Sounds like a bad connection not the computer. Did you use a voltage meter to test connections?

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01 Jeep Grand Cherokee,
Power windows stop working, top computer stop computing, auto light stop working, inside lights stay on, alarm locals and opens but does not work, basically inside electronic has stop working as well as the AC. I had changed the computer that is mounted on the back of the fuse panel things started to work once more but after two day it seen that it has taken the computer again. What could be causing this issue?

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