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Old February 8th, 2006, 11:48 AM   #1
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Here is the fuse & related circuit information that DC neglected to give us 97+ XJ owners.
All information is based of a 2KXJ and the related manuals.
Everything listed is a circuit that is either "attached" to the fuse or directly impacted by it.
If anything is incorrect please let me know.

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Power distribution center (under the hood)
Looking at the PDC from the front of the vehicle, the bottom right mini fuse is #16, the one above it is #17, the top one in the column is #18.
Fuse #19 is to the left (of #16)

Fuse #16 underhood lamp, transmission control module, radio & interior lights
Fuse #17 O2 downstream relay
fuse #18 coil rail & injectors
Fuse #19 headlamp switch & data connector
Fuse #20 combination flasher
Fuse #22 fuel pump relay
Fuse #23 brakelamp switch
Fuse #25 fog lamp relay
Fuse #26 power amplifier

Now to the junction/fuse block (inside kick panel)
Fuse #1 is the large 25A on the top of the left column
Fuse #15 is the large 25A on the top of the right column

Fuse #1 power outlet
Fuse #2 cigar lighter
Fuse #3 left headlamp
Fuse #4 left headlamp
Fuse #5 right headlamp
Fuse #6 Dash lights (switches, controls, gauge cluster)
Fuse #7 license light & the left side turn, parking, marker and tail lamp
Fuse #8 Spare
Fuse #9 compass, sentry key, headlamp delay module, instrument cluster
Fuse #10 transmission range sensor, duty cycle evap/purge solenoid, radiator fan relay, a/c clutch relay, o2 sensor up/downstream relays, back up lamp switch
Fuse #11 transmission control module, powertrain control module, automatic shutdown relay, fuel pump relay
Fuse #12 instrument cluster, combination flasher
Fuse #13 Spare
Fuse #14 power mirrors, rear defogger & switch
Fuse #15 passenger power lock/window switch
Fuse #16 cargo lamp/switch, courtesy lamps, radio, instrument cluster, underhood lamp, transmission control module
Fuse #17 radio
Fuse #18 power mirror switch, driver power window/lock switch, heated seats
Fuse #19 starter motor relay
Fuse #20 trailer tow harness & trailer turn relays
Fuse #21 horn(s)
Fuse #22 rear wiper switch & motor
Fuse #23 right side marker, turn, parking and tail lights
Fuse #24 Spare
Fuse #25 shift lock solenoid, a/c heater control, abs controller, abs controller relay, blower motor relay, blend door actuator
Fuse #26 airbag control module
Fuse #27 airbag control module


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Old February 8th, 2006, 12:09 PM   #2
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Awesome!

My 98 didn't come with an owners manual when I got it used, so I was not happy when i pulled the panel and it said to look in the users manual for the fuses.

great post!
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Old February 8th, 2006, 01:31 PM   #3
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Thanks for the compliment.

You really arent missing much without an owners manual. The manual says to check the fuse panel for information
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Awesome...

My owners manual referenced the ones inside the Jeep, but the ones underhood, all those little ones that are obviously doing SOMETHING, no reference anywhere. Even asked at the dealership, they told me it was on the inside of the cover, even though I insisted that it wasn't.

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Mine was on the cover wierd.
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