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Unread 05-01-2008, 09:44 AM   #1
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Fuse box and relay diagram for 2001 Cherokee Sport

I am hoping someone has a diagram for the Fuse Boxand relays for a 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4x4.
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Unread 05-01-2008, 10:23 AM   #2
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here's a fuse reference that I bookmarked. maybe someone will find a diagram for ya.

http://www.naxja.org/forum/showthread.php?t=76389
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This may help some as well:

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/showt...=1#post3995912
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2001 sport 4x4 160k miles. In great shape.
The clock/radio, overhead interior lights quit working at the same time. Several months ago the auto door locks unlock but won't lock. Checked all the fuses and they look good. Can fuses look good and still be bad? Should I replace them even though they look good?
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I am hoping someone has a diagram for the Fuse Boxand relays for a 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4x4.
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Here's the PDC fuses. The PDC relays are identified on the cover of the PDC.

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That's one to save to your smartphone, for sure. Thanks Ken!
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2001 sport 4x4 160k miles. In great shape.
The clock/radio, overhead interior lights quit working at the same time. Several months ago the auto door locks unlock but won't lock. Checked all the fuses and they look good. Can fuses look good and still be bad? Should I replace them even though they look good?
I had this same exact problem on my 1990 - turned out there was a short behind the radio. A couple of the wires rubbed enough to wear through the rubber coating on the wires, and once they were touching, first went the clock/radio, then the lights, then the doors, then later the A/C control panel.

What finally clued me in on it was that a I hit a hard bump (ran over a board on the freeway), and suddenly everything started working. I hadn't heard that radio in almost 5 years, and suddenly it just started playing.

Of course, I hit another big bump about two weeks later, and I was back to everything not working. At that point, I tore apart the dash looking or a loose wire or connection.
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Old thread, but here's the cabin fuse panel in case this thread gets found again.



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Old thread, but here's the cabin fuse panel in case this thread gets found again.



Where is this fuse box located? I have one on passenger side kick panel that looks "nothing" like this and one under the hood, again nothing like this.. My Jeep is a 2000 Cherokee Sport...

Looking for front window washer fuse.. #30 ... ????
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It's inside the front passenger side kick panel. Looks like the front washer is the 20amp in position 30.
Jeep Cherokee (XJ) 1997 - 2001 Fuse & Relay Information

Some of the panel may still be hidden if you only remove the access door.
You wouldn't by chance have a Grand Cherokee Laredo Sport would you?
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I found the fuse box, but mine looks totally different than this and have no #30 position. Unless it's tuck way up behind the plastics.. No I have a 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport..

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I found the fuse box, but mine looks totally different than this and have no #30 position. Unless it's tuck way up behind the plastics.. No I have a 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport..

tks
You have to remove the cover off of the JB, not just the fuse access panel.

The #30 'fuse' is actually a 20 amp circuit breaker, #30. - in the upper right corner of the JB.
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Better pic of the JB.

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Yup, upon further research and using a mirror.. I notice that the box behind the panel is a smaller version of the picture above..More or less just the right side, but all the fuses are the same ones.. and.. Yes, the upper right hand #30 I also discovered was a 20A Circuit Breaker as you stated.. Changed, and also replaced Washer pumps anyway. All is back and in working order! Thanks to all.
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Yup, upon further research and using a mirror.. I notice that the box behind the panel is a smaller version of the picture above..More or less just the right side, but all the fuses are the same ones.. and.. Yes, the upper right hand #30 I also discovered was a 20A Circuit Breaker as you stated.. Changed, and also replaced Washer pumps anyway. All is back and in working order! Thanks to all.
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