The fuse that controls the turn signals on a 1994 jeep Cherokee is fuse number 16. This is a yellow 20 amp fuse.
Where is the cigarette lighter fuse on a 1994 jeep grand cherokee located
It should say TAIL for taillights or maybe brake lights.
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on my 93 Cherokee the horn fuse is #11, a 25 amp fuse.
The number six fuse controls the rear wiper motor in your 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The number six fuse will be in the first column, fourth from the bottom.
generally the tail light fuse is the same fuse as the turn signals
in the bumper xx
number 9 fuse under dash
in the dash board
under the hood you should find a small 10A or 15A fuse. There is a separate fuse for the trailer turn signals.
the one labled radio
passenger side fuse panel....#2
fuses for signals on lincolns are located under panel to left of steering wheel book will give specific location number of fuse it is a 15 amp fuse
it is #26 30amp
On the side of the dash, passanger side.
there's not one on the car
Fuse 7 controls the brake lights. It should be a red 10amp fuse.
I know where the two fuse boxes are, but no where in the owners manual does it give information as to which fuse is the one that controls the windshield washer pump. Does anyone know by number, what fuse # controls the windshield washer pump?
fuse compartment 8 is for cigar lighter. 20amp
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Turn on the radio and start pulling fuses. When the radio stops working, that is the fuse. Try the cigarette lighter fuse first.
my fuse panel (with the descriptions) is gone off of my 2000 jeep grand Cherokee Laredo, how to i get a description of what all 32 fuses control on my jeep?
look in fuse box circular fuse that controls all signals located under dash on drivers side kick panel.
That would be in the interior fuse panel under the driver dash
If it blows the second you try to switch to ac it's probably the coil in the ac compressor.