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I need to know what the radio fuses looks like on my jeep

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Vehicle information Center and radio fuses keep blowing at the same time. 96 jeep grand Cherokee limited. Help !


the fuse has only so many loads no actual fuse stated.by you.
there are more than one fuse related to a radio, besides the one marked RAD. so... why not tell the exact fuse.......????

we disconnect each to find the one that is shorted.
the fuse prevents the wire fire, so... do not up the amps.
ZJ , jeep it is. 96

fuses 3
FB 12 (fused dimmer to radio and other places
FB 15 main radio power,(run -acc)
PDC 17 dome lights and radio memory wire....

you need to know what fuse, then look in the FSM
and see all things wired to that fuse.
the starting page is
8w-47-2 (radio) (posted 100s of times)

http://www.morris4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

does fuse hold if radio is disconnected?????
lets pretend fuse 12 blows
see page 8w-11-8 fuse 12, feed.
the next page covers fuse 15....
see?
you need to look at all feed wires to the fuse that blows
that includes options, and aftermarket hacks to car.

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I am looking for the complete owner's manual for a Jeep Cherokee Sport 1998, specifically the radio & speaker's fuse


the oper guide and fsm cover that.
is the radio dead.?? what is the symptoms, we do symptoms not hunts well. here.
there is no speaker fuse. sorry
just the fuse marked RADIO. did you look on both fuse boxes.
i had a 99, so know it well. THE XJ its called (books)

see this yet, posted over 100 time now. more ...
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

see your car, yes, see year, yes, see audio page and wiring page
its all there.

8w-47 does it.
fuse 17 is it, Full POWER here.

fuse 16 is radio memory, only.

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Where is radio fuse in 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee?


which box.? well its marked, radio and in 1 min flat you cant
look in both?
see chapter 8w, see index see radio....
http://colorado4wheel.com/manuals/Jeep/WK/WK%20FSM/

fsm covers all that, and 10k morel.
radio or radio AMP?
fuse 28
in the MIP.
there are 4 fuses associated with radio, amp, media center, and remote radio controls, (no symptoms stated so....)

fuse 1 kills amp
fuse 27 kills monitor system DVD
open hood to see MIP (module integrated power)
see left side (right facing rear of car)
#1 is PDC
#2 is MIP, or IPM. (module int. power )



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2007 Jeep Wrangler radio not working at all


yes there is fuse for radio also if this is after market radio on stereo is a fuse on baback by wires there is also fuse box in engine compartment there too is a fuse for radio i belive its a mini fuse check manual for numbered location pull out see if its blow //my jeeep did that too radio fuse was fine but iidecided to look under hood and boom there it was a blown mimi fuse replaced radio all back on

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Radio Problem?


First you need to know if you DO even have a factory preminum system.

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How do i know which is the radio fuse in my 2006 jeep cherokee? My radio stopped working all of a sudden. It wont turn on at all.


if you look under your fuse box cover you will see which no fuse is for radio if not try checking all some time the is near the battery it should be 10amp red some time there is fuse back of radio good luck

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I need to know where the fuses are for the radio and power locks


open the drivers side door. look at the edge of the dashboard. there is the inside fuse panel, behind the easily removed cover. the fuse diagram is numbered inside the panel cover. you will need the owners manual to decipher the meanings of the numbers.

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Fuse blown need to know which fuse controls the radio


when you pull the fuse panel cover it has a diagram that tells you which one. Also you can just look at the fuses, if its blown you just replace it. I would also check your ground going to the radio, they usually don't blow unless you have added a amp or something not designed for the vehicle, you probably need to increase the ground size cable.

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2005 jeep grand cherokee radio


It's in the engine compartment IOD#2. It's a black module with two fuses in it. Take that module off and replace the 20 AMP one.

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