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Jeep shuts down, ac doen't work properly and raido comes on and off when it wants to.

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You have an electrical short and it sounds like it's in the dash. You need to check the wiring. If you have squirls or mice anywhere around they may have gotten up in there to make a home. I had to replace a complete wiring harness thanks to a squirl. Hope that helps you.

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Try removing and reinserting all of the fuses and relays in the power center box. Jeeps tend to loosen things when traveling on rough roads. Also, check every ground point on the car for looseness or corrosion.

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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