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Electrical problems with a 90 jeep cherokee

Fuses arnt getting power, tail lights arnt working but my break lights work, and now my dome lights wont cut off i had a wire burn up with a fuseable link but at the same time my fuse panel preety much burned up

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You have a short. I had a similar problem with my 1990 Jeep limited and the short was in the rear where the wires go into the rear lift gate. Access the wire harnesses behind the rear left panel and try unplugging connectors to trace which circuit is shorting out. You might need to run some new wires to replace any that might be worn and have exposed wiring which is causing fuses to blow. As with any electrical problem you MUST be methodical and patient or have enough cash to pay a shop to track down your problem and then tell you 20 other things you really don't need fixed. GL!

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