It should the YJ was from 87 thru 95
the fuse box is under the hood right in front of the battery.
It is fuse number five in the fuse box. Another fuse associated with this circuit is fuse number 3 in the power distribution block in the engine compartment.
I am looking at the 1995 Jeep Wrangler manual (I own a 95 Jeep Wrangler Rio Grande), and it is telling me that you use yellow fuse with 20amp for cigarette lighter and radio problems. Goodluck! About to go fix my Jeep radio/cigarette lighter problem right now.
Yes, they will.
Al YJ's are compatible, 89-95
The wheel should fit, the tire depends on the wheel.
No, the 95 is a YJ, and the 97 is a TJ, they shouldn't match up.
No I have a 95 Jeep Wrangler and a 78 ford F150 and the rims will not swap.
Jeep Wrangler wheel lug patterns years 1987-2006 are 5X4.5Jeep Wrangler wheel lug patterns years 2007-2014 are 5X5
It is the red fuse in slot # 9. Keep spares on hand for this ... it may go out often!
YJ body type and all parts are interchangeable, 87 thru 95 are all YJ.
87 thru 95 will work on your jeep, they are all YJ's
35 to 40 psi
No, different bolt pattern.
If that option was chosen yes.
as long as both had the same engine then yes.
The blower motor is fuse 5 on the interior fuse panel
under the hood theres the fuse box near the battery open it the ecu is number 1 i think not sure check manual disconnect battery then pull fuse replace
In the fuse block passenger side dash
If its wired similarly to my 95 GC Laredo with the Vehicle Information Console (in the same space your 4x4 display is located) then the fuse "should" be #19 - a blue 15 amp fuse.