Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Heater, AC and radio suddenly stopped working. Every thing else still works. It starts, lights work, horn, dir. sigs. Must be a fuse or relay: just don't know where to look??? Keith
Fuses are in the kick panel on the passenger side. If it blows again, you will need to find the malfunction (don't put in a higher rated fuse) Most times the blower motor will cause fuse failure as when the motor gets older it begins to draw excessive amperage...but don't change it till it is actually verified as being bad.
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Make sure your fan is working properly. When you turn on the heater you are forcing the fan to cool the radiator. It may not be turning on automatically when it is supposed to. Let us know if this helps..
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You'll have to figure
out if it is a fuel or ignition problem.
Is the check engine light on ? Have you checked for trouble codes ?
It could be a relay, the ignition module, coil, fuel pump, or a list of other things.
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