Question about 1999 Jeep Cherokee
Was running fine , was parked for 3 weeks and battery went flat. Have tried jumping it but it only cranks and wont turn over. I realized that fusible link leading from positive battery cable doesnt have a fuse in it...perhaps I knocked it out when I first tried to jump it...could that be my problem, if so, what fuse would I replace it with?
Jeep got rid of Fusible links by 1999. All the fuses that in the past would be Fusible Links are now in the Power Distribution Center in the engine, as Maxi-Fuses. However you could have an after market modification that would include a Fusible Link. That said, make sure you have a good charge on the battery before starting, it doesn't seem like a big deal....but it could make a difference.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
Fusible link wire is a fuse in itself.
You would have to go to the auto parts store and get a replacement.
The amp. rating is stamped on the wire.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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