Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
A bunch of wires connected to one not plugged in. How do i find where it goes
Bunch of wires?
ok, most cars, all have empty connectors. all.
these are called options,
and no maker of any car, makes a unique harness for every permutation of every option, offered, and world wide.
if you really want to know, then read the FSM, it covers this.
hell it covers most things..
read it here,
you;'d get the connector pin count, and colors
then look it up in the connector sections. (they have just that )
or in the harness section, or in the schematic sections. (3 ways)
bingo,, solved, (any car)
alarm option, fog light option, endless it seems.
learn to use an FSM and be able to solve vast riddles.
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check the wiring from the tailights back to the fuse panel, it sounds like an open connection. if i recall correctly check under the dash on the drivers side near the fuse panel for a bunch of wires in a bundle and look carefully for a wire or two that are cut/shorted/or seperated, you can also check under the drivers side kick panel by the hood release.
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