All posts must be by Homo Sapiens. I don't know if you have test equipment so first I would say to remove both driving bulbs from their sockets and see if there is corrosion. I believe one of those plastic light panels that activate the switch or whatever that activates the light is causing a problem. Is it going to be a matter of replacing the locks, or can this be fixed without buying an all-new set? If there is a connection you have a hot wire grounding. Once I replaced the conduit and taped the wires it has not shorted out again. I reserved a car, went over there, an picked it up. Fortunately, at least you've got a good type of short to deal with.
Blue Brake Switch 24 15 Amp Lt. For anybody reading this: 1. Circuit Braker 3 Power seats Turn signal not set, still drawing power. If the computers in the modules get a glitch they can cause a drain. Try to upload photos using or any photo viewer that's reddit friendly.
Also, all fuses were properly seated. Your first order of business is to extract the problem codes which are driving the Check Engine light. You know it's either the locks, the radio, the lighter or the dome light. So now you're down to three possibilities. If your Grand Cherokee has many options like a sunroof, navigation, heated seats, etc, the more fuses it has.
Junction bus pwr lamps 50A 4. Blue Fog Lamps 25 20 Amp Yellow Accessory Delay Relay Sunroof 26 15 Amp Lt. You put in a new fuse, and it blows before you can even test things out. Reported it can take up to 20 minutes for the circuits to drain before you can reset!. That pulls down from the headliner.
If you do, fix it, and then test it. We fixed by finding the wires that run beside the manifold down under the car. What appears to be simple to troubleshoot is not so easy. Something is causing the fuse that serves the power door locks, radio, cigar lighter and dome light to blow. If your Grand Cherokee is experiencing electrical problems, you should always check the fuses first, because they are relatively easy to check and cheap to change.
My newborn son, wife and I went to a doctor's appointment for him this morning. The draw is about right for a small light bulb. My day however was mostly gone and I didn't get anything done that I had originally planned. Pulled Fuse 16 and test light lit but not blinking. I am still going to follow your last post.
This way you can isolate the problem. Org The Jeep Grand Cherokee Owners Community JeepGarage. You'll see a sheaf of wires that exit the A-Pillar the front of the door frame and enter the door itself. I think I found the problem s. Pull each fuse in the under dash. So I came to conclusion that the wiring to the radio could have shorted out but dont know how to find the wire since there's so many and I'm no electrician. The starter made some sort of sound, but neither a constant clicking nor a typical turn over sound.
The fuse panel is on the lower instrument panel just to the left of the steering column. The dash display illuminated all gears P, R, N, D, 1, 2 , showed the total miles. I am going to start putting both front door panels and tailgate panel back. I am assuming you are talking about the fog light fuse. By cycling the power, disconnecting battery, they will reset to factory settings. Rear pwr outlet 20A 28. Your vehicle is equipped with an electrical power distribution center located in the engine compartment near the battery.