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Old 01-09-2009, 01:37 PM   #1
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Hello. I just purchased a 1992 Jeep Cherokee and I can't seem to get the interior fuse panel open. It is below the instrument panel and to the left to the stearing wheel. The panel cover is slotted (almost like a vent) and you can't just pop it off like most vehilces. HELP PLEASE!! Thank you.
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Mine doesnt have a cover should it. Mine is up and to the left of the brake pedal. But mine is a 87.
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Mine doesn't have a cover anymore either, I believe the cover has two clips on the side.
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Thank you, I will try pull from the sides rather than the top. I am hoping that behind that little panel lies the solution to my rear wiper/washer not working.
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Thank you, I will try pull from the sides rather than the top. I am hoping that behind that little panel lies the solution to my rear wiper/washer not working.
not to be a pessimist, but i just tried looking for that the other day, and was unsuccessful, as i have the same problem. i was in a bit of a rush though, so let me know if that ends up being the solution, as i couldn't find any fuses that seemed to be tied to the rear wiper. maybe i just wasnt looking in the right spot.
also, sorry if this was sort of a thread jack, did not intend for it to be.
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Dante.....the fuse box in your 95 is the same as in my 91. It is outboard of where the brake pedal shaft goes through the firewall on the inside, driver's side. Ditto on mine not having a cover. There is also a fuse panel on the passenger side front fender well by the relays.
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Hello. I just purchased a 1992 Jeep Cherokee and I can't seem to get the interior fuse panel open. It is below the instrument panel and to the left to the stearing wheel. The panel cover is slotted (almost like a vent) and you can't just pop it off like most vehilces. HELP PLEASE!! Thank you.
that sounds like the speaker panel not the fuse panel.
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What you are looking at is the front speaker/tweeter panel.
It WONT come off as it is part of the dash.

You want to look further down.
The fuse panel is mounted on the firewall UNDER the dash.
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