Question about 1989 Jeep Cherokee
New fuel pump, new instrument fuse, and crank sensor has been changed.
There may be a fusible link (a section about 4 to 6 inches long of smaller gauge wire soldered into the battery cable to the fuse box) but it sounds like its more likely a ground issue or a bad dimmer switch/knob with the dash lights. The fuel system is a separate issue is the fuel pump relay good? If so do you have power and ground at the pump? Are your fuel lines clogged rusted or collapsed? Do you have 12v at the injectors and is the ecu/pcm switching the ground on and off? As you can see there is a lot of questions to be answered and if your not confident in you ability to find and fix the issue or dont have the tools or understanding of how these systems function I suggest seeking help from a good repair shop, as you will undoubtedly cause more damage than you fix and cost yourself a whole lot more cash .
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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