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Re: 1995 jeep cherokee
You have a large wire that powers the ECM, it has rubbed through and is grounding out and blowing the fuse, locate the power source for the fuse under the hood, then look for damaged wiring, check places were the wires touches the body, it will not be easy, it takes time and a keen eye.
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use a circuit breaker or paper clip with pliers so you do not burn yourself use paper clip as fuse unplug engine controll sensors 1 at a time and check if problem is gone after each one is unplugged an engine controll sensor is most likely shorting out if you have a map sensor try that first then move on to other components tps,fuel pump ect. till you find wich is fauly causeing short this should help you just be carefull with paperclip am saying to do this instead of blowing expensive fuses
One thing missing when running at idle is road vibration. Try a wiggle test on wiring to see if there is a short to ground anywhere. Only thing I really hate when doing this is that I have had problems like this disappear after doing test and not re-appear for a year or two, because the wires got moved enough to keep the bad wire off of where it had grounded.
TO FIX UR PROBLEM FIRST U MUST UNDERSTAND HOW A WINDOW CIRCUIT WORKS, A SWITCH ONLY PASS POWER TO THE WINDOW MOTOR TO DRIVE THE WINDOW IN EITHER DIRECTION, YOUR SHORT MAY EXIST IN THE MOTOR ITSELF OR THE WIRERS LEADING UP TO THE MOTOR. REMOVE THE DOOR PANEL AND DO A VISUAL INSPECTION OF THE MOTOR AND WIRES TO INSURE THERE HAS BEEN NO PREVIOUS WORK DONE IN THE DOOR THAT HAS CREATED THIS PROBLEM.DISCONNECT THE MOTOR IF POSSIBLE AND SEE IF THE FUDE STILL BLOWS TO ELIMINATE THE MOTOR AS THE SHORT