Question about Jeep Liberty
Open the drivers door and pop that end cap off the dash to reveal a fuse box. If they're labelled, its called the i.o.d. fuse. Otherwise, you'll need to get a test light, hook the clamp to the negative battery terminal, and start checking your fuses. Do this by touching the probe to the little metal tabs sticking up through the plastic in the fuses. Check both tabs in each fuse, one fuse at a time. Both sides should make the test light light up. If only one side lights the light, the fuse is blown. If neither side lights the light, that circuit is not energized. The circuit you are looking for should always be hot. I believe, but am not sure, the iod fuse is raised up above the others just a bit.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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