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Old 07-11-2009, 11:12 AM   #1
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Hi I'm a new member and I'm hoping someone can help me out here, I have a 1998 Grand Cherokee Laredo 6 cyl. I can't fine my owners manual and the cover to the engine fuse box has been missing for years. Could someone provide me with the identification of the fuses and relays.

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Jeep Wiring diagrams Scroll down to Fig. 15 Power Distribution Center.

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Based on your diagram (thank you by the way). In figure 15 for the mini fuses. My 30amp fuse just blew. I think that is the one for the PCM? Can anyone confirm this? There is no numbering on the box that indicates the spot. It just tells you what size fuse goes where.
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Why not go to the boneyard and get a cover for the PDC? Getting road scum in the fuses is not conducive to good practice. It WILL cause problems in the future. Even if it's not the same year or has the wrong layout, it will still protect.

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Why not go to the boneyard and get a cover for the PDC? Getting road scum in the fuses is not conducive to good practice. It WILL cause problems in the future. Even if it's not the same year or has the wrong layout, it will still protect.

Just my humble opinion.
You may have misread my post. I have the cover to my box, but the box only tells you the size of the fuse/relay that goes in the spot (30 amp, 5 amp or what ever). I'm just wondering what the 30amp mini fuse supplies. I believe it is for the PCM? Mine just blew recently.
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Great info....Thanks Ol"blue!
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