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1995jeep cherokee keeps blowing fuse for e.c.m. big 30amp fuse.drive it for a while runs fine.Next time you drive it it blows the fuse please help.

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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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