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Old 02-23-2014, 09:23 PM   #1
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Fuse Box Problems

I finally got my YJ. Nothing special, 95 with a 4 cylinder, red, and no roof. It has a little rust a bunch of miles, but it runs. The only mods have been a cold air intake and a small body lift with larger tires. I parked in the driveway and a few days later came out to go for a drive only to find that my two youngest (5 and 7) had decided to pull all the fuses under the dash and anything else that looked like it would disconnect. Now the engine turns over, but it isn't get a spark at the distributer cap. I can't be sure that all the fuses are back in the right spot and there was a large pink circuit breaker looking fuse that was also laying out. I've looked up diagrams of how the fuse box is supposed to be, but what I have and what should be there don't seem to line up. Does anyone have an image of what the fuse box should be like. It also looks like the previous owner just put 30's in every spot, but I'm guessing that is wrong. A picture would be worth a 1000 words. I will snap a photo in the morning and post it, if anyone has a picture of what it should be I could use that as a map to get mine back in shape. Thanks for any help in advance.....

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Old 02-24-2014, 05:56 AM   #2
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Maybe this will help ya.



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Old 02-24-2014, 07:09 AM   #3
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Actually, that helps immensely. The boxy looking thing at the bottom center was missing and I don't have anything in the IGN spot. Everything else was covered, but all 30's. When I put anything in the IGN spot it doesn't seem to hold it so I guess there is something wrong with the connectors that hold it in place. Should be a nice little project for this evening. Thanks again.
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You're welcome. I hope you get things figured out.
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