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Old 08-18-2012, 02:15 PM   #1
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Jeep Wrangler EBS and ABS Fuse + Fuel Pump Relay

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I am trying to remove a fuse on my 2011 Jeep Wrangler Sahara.

The fuse includes EBS and ABS but also Stop Lamp Switch and Fuel Pump Rly Hi Control.

Is it possible I can start my car up and then take the fuse out? Or does it not work that way?

From my understanding, with out the fuel pump relay, my car will not start.

What is the fastest solution for this.

Thank you for solutions.

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Give us more details like why are you wanting to remove this fuse in the first place?

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Give us more details like why are you wanting to remove this fuse in the first place?
Burnout
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The fuse is burned out or you are trying to disable something in order to do burn outs?
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The fuse is burned out or you are trying to disable something in order to do burn outs?
Trying to do a burnout.
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Just hold down the ESC button on the dash for 5 seconds and it will turn it off.
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Just hold down the ESC button on the dash for 5 seconds and it will turn it off.
Even when I turn off traction control off, I am not able too. I have a rev limiter as well.

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