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04-05-2011 05:35 PM
Jeep_VT Anybody with any ideas!? I think its a red wire, with a white tracer (from 30 amp fuse). Anybody knows where this goes? Would greatly appreciate some help!!
04-03-2011 05:56 PM
Jeep_VT
TJ Fuse Blowing!

Hello all, I'm new to this form, and new to my Jeep. I purchased it about a month and a half back, and loving it so far. Sadly, it has now given me a problem. As I was driving down the road yesterday, it suddenly stalled out, and died, and sadly would not restart. It got towed home, and I found that the ignition fuse (F6) was blown. It was replaced, and the Jeep started, and then died in less then a minute, and the fuse was blown again. When the fuse blew, I had not touched the brakes, or tried shifting yet. The engine was just idling. Any ideas on what might be causing this fuse to blow? Thanks!!


BTW: It's a 4 cylinder automatic.

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