Question about 1997 Jeep Cherokee Country
I was going down the road, and it was raining very heavily. I hit a water puddle and my jeep just died. It did not sputter or anything it just died. I checked the fuses and the 30 AMP mini fuse that runs the coil and what not was blown. Every time i put a new fuse in it blows when i turn the engine over. I have no clue what is wrong.
Check the wires going to the rear oxygen sensor . one or more wires are bare from rubbing on the tail end of the transmission.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Likely you got lots of water in the alternator. find a way to dry it out (compressed air usually works). Then try again. Water can damage alt permanently so you may need to have it tested (on a machine, out of car). Make sure you dry everything else as well water in any system can really mess things up!!!
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