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I changed the headlight bulb and it still does not come on I looked for a fuse but could not find. If its the TIPM where can I get a new one about what do they cost, or could it be a fuse.

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This video should help locating you fuses. Same for 2.7 engine.

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ok, why assume there is a fuse?
in 2007 jeep uses a total new design for 12vdc power distribution
if you log in to you;d have seen that.
or any Jeep real FSM book covering your car. its all there.
I have the 7000 page book on my Jeep, (extensive coverage)

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the new system is called,TIPM,
see that huge power box 12vdc fuses and relays made like
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this is the correct way. (no scan tool, you LOOSE !)
there is no power to the motor ?as you said? or the motor would not turn.
why not say how you tested power, with a voltmeter,?
or guessing?

ok there is a fuse, but is common to a vast array of functions.
there is no wiper fuse. now.

open operators guide in glove box.(page 433 +)
see the TIPM, there are no words, wiper there. (cept rear wiper)
see the 2009, i have no 2010 yet
below photo; yes this form sux for photos, ask for full size can do.
but jeep has the opr.guides online for 10 years. so.... get one?

the box has one large fuse for many functions
then a relay or transistor that runs things, by command.
getting schematics on all TIPM is hard,(i have it on my 08)
some with relays are removable and others not.


my08 has soldered in relays for wipers
deep inside,

you didnt scan the PCM so missed all this errors
i use (home only) the innova 3160, it sees ALL JEEP DTCs
including all advanced Jeep DTC codes.

ok my motor Front wiper
has 5 pins, all 5 go to the TIPM wiper brain logic.
there is no fuse. for front wiper motor at all
it uses the main power feed that runs the whole TIPM !
the TIPM is hot all times to BATT 0 fuse bank
there are other current limiting devices on the TIPM not documented.
BATT A0 is a direct battery connection
this allows the TIPM to work key in pockets
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that is my total knowledge on TIPM.
i have a folder for my car , that has facts learned the hard way
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