Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Dashboard lights and tail lights dont work, dont have the book to find which fuse it is? can anyone help me?
When in question about which fuse it is, given a fuse is blown, you can pull each individual fuse and inspect it. You can also use a test light without removing the fuses by first connecting the ground to a good clean connection and then put the positive side of the test light to the little piece of metal on the top of the fuse. There are two sides to every fuse and if you test one side and it lights up, but not the other, then you have found your fuse.
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