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Electrical problem 2000 wrangler.

Fuse keeps popping for the running light. With the fuse out the speakers are making noise when we turn the headlights on and off and even a little with the brake pedal. With larger fuse in it the headlight switch turns the radio off when you turn the headlights on and turns it on when the headlights are off.

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That means 1 of 2 things'
wrong size fuse, you never stated amps. or the color of the ATC fuse.
the correct fuse blows with any short, ending possible fire.

sounds like you have gross electical issues.
even bad battery terminals. clean them.
try a fresh charged battery
use a voltmeter and measure voltage yet.
at the battery and those things that fail?
that speaker noise is alternator whining noise, caused buy shorted diodes in same.
you do know alternator can fail in many a way.
dead.
regulates wrong
open diodes, and 1/3 loss of power
shorted diodes turns alternator in to a huge noise generator
weak
overvoltage
over charges battery
to name a few and bad bearings,

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