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2006 jeep liberty power outlet rear fuse 16 shorts out while driving. What is causing this? Its done it sence it was new. I know its a short but am I the only one with this problem? Looking for a quick fix if this has happend to others. Thanks

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Your right about the short, just where it lyes? In the power outlet itself or the wiring to it? To check this use a multimeter and check for continuity, with the fuse out check for continuity between the positive and negative of your power outley (I expect this will be the wall of the power outlet and a pin located in the bottom center of the outlet. If you have continuitty between these you have a short. Now remove the power outlet and unplug the wiring to it. Again check it for continuity; if there is the powere outlet is shorted and you'll need to replace. If it is ok check the wires for continuity if you have continuity you've confirmed the wiring is shorted. If this is the case you'll need to run a new wire to the outlet.
I hope this may have helped,
Tom

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