It's the fuse that is in control of the Daytime Running Lights on your vehicle.
Could be your ignition switch mine went out, but the vehicle ran fine otherwise.
If you are seated in the drivers seat of the vehicle in question AND - the key is in the ignition - or on your person - or within your reach - regardless of whether the vehicle's engine is running or not, you are considered to be "in control" of the vehicle and therefore "operating" it.
Usually a problem in the emission control system - have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
This is probably related to your Traction control but instead they have give it a posh name - Vehicle Stability Control. This is there just to let you know that if its raining or slippy on the roads that it will not stop you from wheel spinning or even losing control on sharp corners. Thats what Vehicle Stability Control was designed to do (Help Control your vehicle with a lot of help by you too).
Cherokee is a hard top only vehicle.
If you are sitting behind the wheel of a running vehicle you are considered to be 'in control' of that vehicle whether or not anyone ovserved you drive it or move it. You will be charged with "Operating While On Suspension."
The 2001 Jeep Cherokee is a gas-powered vehicle.
The 2014 Jeep Cherokee is a gas-powered vehicle.
there is a 4x4 switch on the transfer case. i found it when my vehicle control center said to "service 4x4 switch"
under dash, left of steering column, above vehicle control fuses, but on the same panel as the fuses.