Question about 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
What do you mean by cannot find & proper fuse? Do you mean the location of said fuse or type of said fuse?
In any case, grab your 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee owners manual and refer to page 345; Turn the vheicle off and remove the keys from the ignition, as a matter of fact, you may even consider removing the negative lead from the vehicles battery before you go any further
Go to a Chrysler dealer or any automotive parts supplier and seek out a replacement 30AMP (Pink) fuse for your vehicle, it may not be a bad idea just to get a kit of different amperages so that you at least have them for future needs
To access the fuse panel under the dash - Tilt your steering wheel to the top most position and lock it - just below the steering wheel's lock lever, you'll see a section of trim that streches about 12" long with what appears to be a flat shelf like section on the top partion of it (just under the the steering lock lever) - Gently grasp this part with your Right hand fingers on the shelf and your right hand thumb below it and pull straight down to reveal the fuse block just on the left hand top of the area you just exposed - Using your manual, locate the 30AMP (Pink) fuse in cavity one and use and appropriate removal tool the pull it straight out from the block (if there's no fuse puller provided within the fuse block, you can use a set of smaller needle nose plyers, just be sure that you do not squeeze the hadles of the plyers too tight or the fuse will crack and break causing the fuse to potentially be stuck in the block) - inspect the fuse to determine that it is blown, a solid V or U shaped connecter from one post to the other say's that's not your issue but a break in the fuse only tells you that the fuse itself has blown, it does not tell you what caused the short that blew it, replace the fuse with the new one and clean up - Reconnect your batter (If you disconnected it) and turn the key to the ACC poosition then turn on your radio to test it - If it blows again, take it to the dealer, you have other problems that could potentially lead to a fire at the very worst
Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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