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FUSES & CIRCUIT BREAKERS

1988 Jeep Cherokee

Fuses & Circuit Breakers 1984-88 AMC/Jeep

Jeep; Cherokee, Wagoneer

IDENTIFICATION

FUSES & CIRCUIT BREAKERS

Fuse panel is located at the lower left side of dash on most

Fig. 1: Fuse Panel Identification Courtesy of American Motors Corp.

FUSE & CIRCUIT BREAKER IDENTIFICATION

1-25 Amp

Rear Washer/Wiper.

2-15 Amp

Radio, Cigarette Lighter.

3-25 Amp Blower Motor.

4-20 Amp

Turn Signal, Back-Up Lights, Rear Window Defogger Relay.

5-10 Amp

Dome Light, Courtesy Lights, Glove Box Light, Cargo Light, Radio Memory, Power Mirrors, Teltak Connector.

6-15 Amp

Hazard Warning System, Stoplights.

7-10 Amp

Parking Lights, Headlight Warning Chime/Buzzer, Instrument Panel Light Dimmer.

8-7.5 Amp

Gauges, Instrument Cluster, Seat Belt Warning, Headlight Delay, Chime Module, Overhead Console.

9-5 Amp

Instrument Panel Illumination.

10-25 Amp

Rear Window Defogger.

11 - 30 Amp (Circuit Breaker)

Power Door Locks, Power Seats, Trailer Towing Wiring Harness.

12 - 10 Amp

ETR Radio, Power Antenna.

13 - Not Used (1984-87); 7.5 Amp (1988)
Transmission Control Unit.

14-25 Amp

Headlight Delay, Horns, Security Alarm.

  1. - 5.5 Amp (Circuit Breaker)
    Front Wiper.

  2. - 30 Amp (Circuit Breaker)
    Power Windows.

17-10 Amp

Clock, Security Alarm (Ign) .

CAUTIONS & WARNINGS

REPLACING BLOWN FUSES

Before replacing a blown fuse, remove ignition key, turn off all lights and accessories to avoid damaging the electrical system. Be sure to use fuse with the correct indicated amperage rating. The use of an incorrect amperage rating fuse may result in a dangerous

electrical system overload. BATTERY WARNING

WARNING: When battery is disconnected, vehicles equipped with computers may lose memory data. When battery power is restored, driveability problems may exist on some vehicles. These vehicles may require a relearn procedure. See the COMPUTER RELEARN PROCEDURES article in GENERAL INFORMATION section.

ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE SENSITIVE (ESD) PARTS

WARNING: Many solid state electrical components can be damaged by

static electricity (ESD). Some will display a warning label, but many will not. Discharge personal static electricity by touching a metal ground point on the vehicle prior to servicing any ESD sensitive component.

HALOGEN BULBS

Halogen bulbs contain pressurized gas which may explode if overheated. DO NOT touch glass portion of bulb with bare hands. Eye protection should be worn when handling or working around halogen bulbs.

RADIATOR CAP

CAUTION: Always disconnect the fan motor when working near the

radiator fan. The fan is temperature controlled and could start at any time even when the ignition key is in the OFF position. DO NOT loosen or remove radiator cap when cooling system is hot.