What Fuse that controls what? Way too little info provided. First i would check the wire from trans to make sure that it is not arcing out it may have rubbed on something other than that check the eaths. Check the reverse switch, and any wires leading to and from the transmission that look as if they're possibly carrying voltage. wiring harness behind the valve cover on a 4.0 is a very common problem area for shorts. i am a master Chrysler, Jeep... tech. i would bet real cash the problem is there. look at the drivers side at the firewall. good luck! I AGREE: check the engine compartment wiring harness- it may be chaffing on the end of the fuel rail near the firewall. reinsulate the damaged wire and zip tie the harness to the one above it.
If your Jeep grand Cherokee Snatches when you are driving, kindly take it to a professional mechanic to check it out for you.
A constantly 'blowing' fuse is an indication that there is a short circuit somewhere in the wiper motor wiring. Or the person driving it
Check the oxygen sensor. My 1995 Grand Cherokee stopped stalling while driving after it was replaced.
Driving Force - 2006 Blowing a Gasket 1-4 was released on: USA: 31 July 2006
air is not blowing out of my 2005 cheverolet avalanche ducts but only when I am driving.
about 200 miles
when you are driving it is under your left knee
You cannot !
It depends on the setpoint of the thermostat.
it may be dion dimucci
wow, if you don't know that then you don't deserve to be driving.
You have to figger you have a moisture problem there somewhere. Were you driving in the rain. I lost two alterantors on my Chevy van from driving thru water puddles in heavy rain. I like to get out at night and get someone to crank the engine while I look for sparks in all the wrong places in the engine compartment. How long before it will crank up?
cutting fuel while driving
out of gas or timing belt
probably when its pressurized and theres a hole somewhere
Yes, you can get in trouble for driving a criminal somewhere.
by driving like a nob or simply by carefully placing a c4 and a timer? :) and what exactly the reason in blowing your engine?
it's either overheating or blowing oil onto the manifold
try checking out the battery cables. If they are bad they can cause horrific electrical problems. Next check the grounds in the engine compartment. Next check the relays for the ignition on in the power distribution block box in the engine compartment. Somewhere to start.
Sounds like a vaccum leak some where, check all small hoses in engine compartment that they are not disconnected or boken/cracked.
If any vehicle stalls while driving it should be seen by a mechanic soon. It can be the a issues with the computer, ignition, or fuel.