Question about 1993 Jeep Wrangler
Well you can try and replace the fuse, but it might burn the vehicle to the ground or might not. If the fuse has melted then I would guess that there is not much voltage going through that circuit, since if it was amps the fuse would have simply blown.
If this is the case then replacing the fuse won't help, go to a good shop and tell them all you can. To find a good shop ask around to friends and see where they have gone or go and talk to the shop and see if they give you straight answers or a bunch of things you don't understadn. I find a good shop can usually explain things clearly and simply without insulting your intelligence.
Best of luck
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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