|12-04-2008 10:39 PM|
Get the wiring diagrams for your jeep and find out what circuits are being fed off that fuse. A popped fuse indicates a short to ground. Which is usually a wire thats insulation has rubbed off and the current is redirected and is grounding out where the bare wire is. So close inspection of wires is a must.
Shorts can also occur within components fed from that curcuit, but more than likely it's a bare wire.
|12-04-2008 08:57 PM|
PDC Relay or fuse.. Keeps on Popping Need Help!
hello im new in this forum.. i have a 2006 Wrangler 4.0 Auto.. and it keeps on burning the PDC fuse.. i was driving down the road and all the sudden it quit... i replaced the 10Amp fuse and ran well.. then a few miles later the engine lost power, then burned the fuse.. and my gauges dont work also untill i fix the fuse.. whats could be the problem? i wanna try and fix it myself before i take it to the shop if i cant figure it out.. thanks.. any help please..
Btw.. the fuel pump doesnt prime also on ignition with the "PDC" fuse being burnt..