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03-31-2012 10:51 AM
JIMBOX Check M34 (red), however if that ain't it--theres a lotta different problems--depending on what ELSE doesn't work-

03-31-2012 10:03 AM
Jk Heater Fuse

Hi, I am not very mechanically inclined. I however am inclined to keep $$ in my pocket. I just washed my 2009 Jk for the first time in the two years I've had it, and now the heater fan stopped. When driving heat comes out of the vents. When I'm not moving the heat does't come in. The fan doesn't work on any speed. Maybe it's a fuse. Problem is I can't figure out what number fuse I should check. If it isn't the fuse, what else could it be?

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