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08-28-2005 07:42 PM
Ed in North Ga. off the top of my head, I`d guess the fuse panel itself has water behind it, sitting on the rear of the terminals-- one would hope that the CPU (ICU) didnt take a bath as well.
08-28-2005 02:02 PM
2000 jeep wrangler electrical issues

my friends jeep got damaged by leaving his top down in the rain. his tail lights dont work, turn signals dont work, dash lights dont work, only a few things on the dash. the fuses are blown for each one and blow as soon as the thing is used. does anyone know what component has those things in commen any ideas? feel free to email me at

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