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HELP.. Does anyone have a Labeled list of the Fuse Block for a '98 4.0l TJ? I do not have the owners manual to my jeep. I have looked online, at the library and called the dealership. Can't find it.

My fuse Block cover only has F2 through F15, divided into two rows. They do not list what circuit they protect.? Then on the lower end of the cover it acually lists the protected circuit for those relays.

I need to know what F2-F15 covers.
 

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Found this:

Show Diagram of 1998 Jeep Wrangler Fuse box


Here's the breakdown for the 1998 Jeep Wrangler Fuse box:

(5 cavities/slots across and 4 cavities/slots down)

They number them from top to bottom and right to left. The top right hand corner cavity would be cavity #1 and the bottom right corner is cavity #4...

(Last/5th column on panel numbered from top to bottom)
#1 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Park Lights
#2 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Stop Lights
#3 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Fog Lights
#4 - 10 amp red fuse - Door Switch Defeat

(4th column on panel numbered from top to bottom)
#5 - 10 amp red fuse - Airbag
#6 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Rear Wiper
#7 - 10 amp red fuse - Back-Up Lights, Rear Window Defroster, ABS
#8 - 20 amp yellow fuse - HEVAC

(3rd column on panel numbered from top to bottom)
#9 - 10 amp red fuse - Airbag
#10 - 10 amp red fuse - Instrument Cluster
#11 - 10 amp red fuse - Power Distribution Center Coils
#12 - 10 amp red fuse - Panel Lights

(2nd column on panel numbered from top to bottom)
#13 - 10 amp red fuse - Turn Signals
#14 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Front Wiper
#15 - 10 amp red fuse - Radio
#16 - Open - No description

(1st column on panel numbered from top to bottom)
#17 - 10 amp red fuse - HBL Switch
#18 - 15 amp blue fuse - Acc. Battery - Optional
#19 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Acc. Switch
#20 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Clutch Interlock IgnitionFuse Box Diagram
 

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Yeah, I was able to find that diagram too on the web. My Fuse Block is different from this one..wont work for me... Not sure what Model that one's for. I need '98 TJ Sport 4.0l, manual trans.. Mine has two columns across, Seven down and the Fuse location starts with the letter "F". ie: F2, F13.... Below this group the are several relays.
Thanks for trying Sparky...
 

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Are you looking for the one in the engine compartment then, and not the one behind the glove box?
 

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Fuse#2 Starter/Ignition
Fuse#3 Ignition
Fuse#4 Fuse Block
Fuse#5 S332
Fuse#6 Auto Shutdown Relay / PCM
Fuse#9 Turn Signals / Hazard Lights
Fuse#10 Headlamp Switch
Fuse#11 C106
Fuse#13 ABS Relay
Fuse#14 ABS Pump Motor
Fuse#15 Rear Defogger

Hope this helps out some... I'll see if I can find 5 & 11 for you too :D
 

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Fuse#5 is the Cigarette Lighter / Accessories
Fuse#11 is the HVAC Unit

That should do it :D
 

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Follow-up Question

This has been a very helpful thread, but I have just one follow-up question: In the diagram above of the PDC, what are the small micro-fuses for that are next the the Fuel Pump Relay?
 

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Maybe I am just slow here but it would seem to me that these amperage's:
(5 cavities/slots across and 4 cavities/slots down)

They number them from top to bottom and right to left. The top right hand corner cavity would be cavity #1 and the bottom right corner is cavity #4...

(Last/5th column on panel numbered from top to bottom)
#1 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Park Lights
#2 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Stop Lights
#3 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Fog Lights
#4 - 10 amp red fuse - Door Switch Defeat

(4th column on panel numbered from top to bottom)
#5 - 10 amp red fuse - Airbag
#6 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Rear Wiper
#7 - 10 amp red fuse - Back-Up Lights, Rear Window Defroster, ABS
#8 - 20 amp yellow fuse - HEVAC

(3rd column on panel numbered from top to bottom)
#9 - 10 amp red fuse - Airbag
#10 - 10 amp red fuse - Instrument Cluster
#11 - 10 amp red fuse - Power Distribution Center Coils
#12 - 10 amp red fuse - Panel Lights

(2nd column on panel numbered from top to bottom)
#13 - 10 amp red fuse - Turn Signals
#14 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Front Wiper
#15 - 10 amp red fuse - Radio
#16 - Open - No description

(1st column on panel numbered from top to bottom)
#17 - 10 amp red fuse - HBL Switch
#18 - 15 amp blue fuse - Acc. Battery - Optional
#19 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Acc. Switch
#20 - 20 amp yellow fuse - Clutch Interlock IgnitionFuse Box Diagram
Do not match up with these numbers:



Fuse#2 Starter/Ignition
Fuse#3 Ignition
Fuse#4 Fuse Block
Fuse#5 S332
Fuse#6 Auto Shutdown Relay / PCM
Fuse#9 Turn Signals / Hazard Lights
Fuse#10 Headlamp Switch
Fuse#11 C106
Fuse#13 ABS Relay
Fuse#14 ABS Pump Motor
Fuse#15 Rear Defogger
For Example: the Wiki says
#17 - 10 amp red fuse - HBL Switch
but the diagram shows #17 as a 40 amp fuse. And if they are reffering to the Top column as the first column ... there is no #17.

:confused::confused::confused:

Not to mention the wiki post disagrees with Wheel2Work's post so I am just confused, what is what?
 

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Maybe I am just slow here but it would seem to me that these amperage's:

Do not match up with these numbers:



For Example: the Wiki says but the diagram shows #17 as a 40 amp fuse. And if they are reffering to the Top column as the first column ... there is no #17.

:confused::confused::confused:

Not to mention the wiki post disagrees with Wheel2Work's post so I am just confused, what is what?
The first list is for the fuse box behind the glove compartment, the second is the power distribution center under the hood - two different fuse boxes.
 

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Why go by Wiki? Your cover should have the diagram printed right on it.
 

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Why go by Wiki? Your cover should have the diagram printed right on it.
Owner for 2 days, havent looked at anything except the fact that I need a 3rd brake light, some weather stripping, and a manual ha.

Not sure how the PO got it to pass inspection without a 3rd brake light.
 

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Inspection requirements differ state to state, regions within states and who is doing it. Apparently a lot of locations to not care about the third brake light. NJ dropped all saftey inspections a while ago.

(we have no idea where you are since your profile info does not show up)
 

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Maryland, I'll adjust that now.

MD is notorious for having every law ever made for every stupid ocassion so i am sure it is needed here though I haven't done the research yet.
 

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Hello all on this thread! I am new to this forum i am currently having problems with my fuse block i hav a 1988 jeep wrangler yj. At times my lights dnt work than my dash lights dont work or all my guages dont work so i called a couple of autopart stores (ex. Autozone, pep boys, napa, even quadratrec) and for some reason nobody carries it would yall know of a place i can find one?
 

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I know this is an old thread but what is a C106 fuse for? I was testing my fuses for a problem with my headlights and when I test across this fuse I only get juice on one side but everything seems to be working properly inside.
 

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Where'd you get that 'C106' designation from? That's not a typical TJ fuse designator, that sounds more like a circuit ID number. Also need your TJ's model year since fuse numbers can change between model years.
 

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The jeep is a 98 tj. I got the numbers from wiring diagrams of the power block under the hood. It is the large fuse #10 and it is also listed as that in the middle of this thread
 
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