Question about Car Audio & Video
This problem is when everything is off,and sets a day or two.
alternater checked it is fine had a old battery so i just bought a new one ,but did the same to it making it go down.
I had it checked and the guy told me it was the radio disconnected every wire on it and taped the wires all up. but that did not solve the problem.went back then he found a draw ,said it was maybe the radio amplifire,if it has one it is a factory one,said it also had the gage cluster on the fuse plus a body modgle. does this sound right??
where would the body modgle be located at,plus where would the radio amp be located at if it has one,and where and how do i check the cluster. pulled the fuse and his test showed it was in those parts.
Or is there something else it could be??
this problem is on my 1998 jeep grand cherokee laredo
thanks for your help. plus is there a site i can get a free wiring diagramof the jeep??
Its your factory amp its located under the center console its not the fuse though check a wiring website to see which wire is the one that tells it to turn on and see if has a problem the remote wire in other words
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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