Question about 1990 Jeep Wrangler
Since you did not mention where the fuse was, you really haven't given enough info. But, if the fuse is in a fuse block, either the under dash one or the power distribution center under the hood, probably the easiest way to do that repair without replacing the entire block would be to take it apart so you can access the wiring inside, behind the one you broke, then get an in-line fuse holder. Attach it to the wiring that goes to the broken port and put the appropriate size fuse in it.When putting it back together, be sure not to pinch any wires including the new ones. Locate the fuse holder near the original block so you can get to it.
When buying the holder, note that they come rated for different draw fuses. Get one that is close to the one you will be using but don't use one that is rated lower. Using a 20 amp holder and a 15 amp fuse is fine but the other way around is not.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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