It mite not be a fuse have you checked the vacume hoses that come from intake manifold this can cause the fan not to blow.
"The fuses are good." Well, your odometer certainly isn't.
If a washer pump was replaced on a Jeep Wrangler and is still not working the fuses should be checked. The washer switch should also be checked as it could also be causing the pump not to work.
All fuses are in the fuse box, under the hood, next to the battery.
i would check the wiring for cracks
under the hood and behind the dashboard
All fuses on a 2011 Jeep Wrangler are under the hood next to the battery.
The fuses are behind the glove box. Unhook the strap that stops the box from coming all the way out and it will open up to expose the fuses
Where is a principal fuses to cigarrete port in a front suzuki XL7 2006 no working and fuses is good?
Look at the fuses behind the glove box.
If the climate control is not working on a Mondeo the fuses should be checked. If the fuses are found to be working then the wiring feeds should be looked at.
turn signals and emerg flashers work off a flasher can. go to any auto store and buy a new one they are cheap and easy to replace
All fuses are under the hood, next to the battery.
chack for a blown fuse or fuses.
Check the under hood fuses. It may be one of the tiny ones - 20 amp I think.
It is possible that both of the fuses are bad for the low beam headlights and the cruise control. A loose ground wire could cause the fuses to blow.
Sounds like a blown fuse. Your owner's manual is the best place to locate your fuse box(es) and identify your fuses. Don't rule out that your issue is being caused by a bad bulb too - so check fuses and bulbs. See sources and related links below for bulb information.
make sure your dimmer switch isn't turned all the way down. Then check the fuses next.
fan relay or fuses not working properly, probly the relay, you can straight witre it to find out
There are 2 locations in the 1997 Jeep wrangler for fuses. One is behind the glove compartment (take off the strap) the other is in the long black plastic box on the left side (you are facing the motor) up by the right fender. Check the fuses in both areas. See your owners manual or a Haynes repair manual for the exact location (by place and number).
Caheck the bulbs or the multi-function lever
Check the fuses, if the fuse is blown you may have a short in the running light circuit.
You have to diagnose the system to determine the cause. Check the fuses, the bulbs, the flasher relay then the switch.
it is in the glove box--you have to undo the strap on the bottom part of the box first
All fuses are under the hood.
There are fuses under the hood, and behind the glove box.