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What fuse is for the heater on a 2004 jeep grand cheerkee

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No symptoms , just another easter egg hunt.
what heater, the HVAC?
the dash blower dead/ that it?
try to say whats up first. so we dont need guess that.
ill pretend you said blower dead, and not damper motors.
the book is free, posted here over 300 times. search much>?
here ill spoon that out.
click WJ
click wiring
click air conditioning and heatear....
page 8w-42-2
it shows, PDC F1 blown if manual controls
it shows JB F20 blown if AZC< fitted out with automatic, zone controller.
no photos by you of dash or whats wrong.
so.. .no exact answers possible.
or JB F7

jb is cab box
pdc is bay (engine bay)

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    if confused , and not lazy one can test all fuses in say 15min work>?with a DMM.

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For 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee The owner's manuals and guides for vehicles with a model year of 2004 and below are available through TechAuthority® by FCA US LLC. Extra charges may apply.

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