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I plugged an older tent trailer into my 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland and my Jeep almost stalled like it was really loaded down electrically. Before I could remove the plug the Jeep recovered and was idling normally. Turns out the guy who owns the trailer had the wiring on the battery backwards. Now I have no 12V at my receptacle! Found the fuse labled Trailer Tow and it was fine. Is there a separate fuse or breaker that supplies the 12V to the rear or did I fry something?
You might search for a burnt fusible link that feeds that harness...try looking where the battery cable is connected to the starter motor underneath.sometimes you cant tell if a fuse wire is burnt...you gotta tug on it slightly...if it stretches like rubber,the wire inside is burnt/separated and designed to do so there instead of frying the whole harness
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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