that is so easy, the glove box users manual fuse chapter covers that as does the factory service manual , and all 3 top online service manuals for sure Mitchells. DIY site. (oops no CRD there)
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK 3.0Liter CRD(diesel)
no country stated at all and guess what, the wring and colors are regulated by laws there..
we say color
you said Colour
so your car is not USA spec is it?
what transmission is there. for sure diesel is special. for the transmission used most times. but seems same as my GAS, WK.
but tiny 3L is not a torque monster, (good)
gee remove tail lamp lens, see white (USA) backup lamp
see color there clear as day but that goes to the BCM that runs that.
not hard wired directly to the unstated, transmission PRNDL switch.
not wired to R pin of PRNLD,. (TRS) then or now.
I own 2010 wk, USA with NAG1 German trans, one of 3 transmission based on engine torque
my Backup lamp is white/lt-green wire)_USA only. GAS only
no diesel here.
is your car 4wD ??? if yes wiring can be different.
why not just wire up to the lamps rear, what could be more easy
no books needed.
my WK is complex. uses a network to command that on.
the CAN_BUS, my gear shifter is a computer that only talks via CAN_BUS, and there is no PRNDL connections at ALL.
and on the 2007 (same) USA> CRD ive no clue what is there.
CRD has 5speed transmission
Mercedes Benz W5A580,
aka 5G-Tronic.and NAG1 (usa name)
nag = not american, but Germane? lol (seems yes)
WA580, W5A380, or W5A580.
The W5A580 stands for:
- W = Transmission using a hydraulic torque converter.
- 5 = 5 forward gears.
- A = Automatic transmission.
- 580 = Maximum input torque capacity in Newton meters.
My WK has no CDR due to failing USA EPA, tests,
what matters only is the lamp reverse color (BACK_UP) << jeep named. wht/ltgreen
or how old SKOOL PRNDL is wired (not here)
evolution of this 1 wire, jeep:
PRNDL switch (on the transbox) to lamp rear.
PRNLD to BCM and BCM runs the lamps.
shifter is a puter, and has no wires to lamps ever.. just Can-BUS
comms to the IPM brain and IPM runs lamps rear and vastly more.
end history ,.2010 end.
IF THERE WAS A FUSE IT BE MARKED REVERSE OR BACKUP.
but sorry it is NOT THERE at all, in any fuse box cab /or;bay
so that is why you posted, Look ma' no fuse.?
MY CAR THE MAIN JB FUSE BOX HAS NO SUCH NAMED FUSE
BACK-UP, AT ALL THE MODule THERE IS ELECTRONIC
AND uses a current regulator (an electronic fuse
) to do all. that.
this fuse box is called in IPM integrated power module
now you know if a fuse is missing like this one, the why.
why matters most on cars, they are complex now.
2007 jeep made huge changes it is water shed year, that I do no like.
buy the FSM book and read it. I have mine,
buy the factory service manual
for you country and car CRD
see section 8w (means all wiring on this car is here) every inch.
on mine 8w-51 -3 shows rear lighting, and path F source (backup)
where it goes, my guess is PCM is IPM not present this car.
the IPM is a computer too and is a save to the commands sent on the CAN_BUS network, from the shifter, puter.
best way to do this is not rip dash asunder
go to tail lamp, put wire there and 10 amp fuse inline
to the CAM TOY'
that why if you short it out by accident, or toy fails.?
you do not blow up a $500 , PCM / IPM or BCM brain on jeeps
never add things lacking a new fuse in line.
power or lamps feeds need a fuse added.
my year 05 to 2010 shows this in 8w chapter rear lighting
there is no snap out fuse at all. it is electronically fused.