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post #1 of 4 Old 09-08-2010, 09:29 PM Thread Starter
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1989 Jeep Comanche Fuse Box

I have a 1989 Jeep Comanche Eliminator 4.0L. Thinking about replacing the fuse block. How difficult would it be? Has anyone done this? Can share any tips you might have including wiring diagrams?

Thanks in Advance,


P.S. No response yet. I would have bet anything that someone has done this?


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post #2 of 4 Old 09-28-2010, 09:26 PM
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I did in my '88. Here's the post from Comanche Club...ComancheClub.com • View topic - '88 MJ Restification (lots of pictures):
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I did in my '88. Here's the post from Comanche Club...ComancheClub.com • View topic - '88 MJ Restification (lots of pictures):
Thanks kabowabo, for your reply. That was a good post on your build. I am not sure I want to tackle it that way. If I do I will be sure to post my results. By way the I saw the Cold Heat solder iron in your pics. Was that sufficient for your solder joints. I actually have one but did not have much success using it.

Thanks again for your response.
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Thanks kabowabo, for your reply. That was a good post on your build. I am not sure I want to tackle it that way. If I do I will be sure to post my results. By way the I saw the Cold Heat solder iron in your pics. Was that sufficient for your solder joints. I actually have one but did not have much success using it. Thanks again for your response.
It may have been, I do have one, but on this I ended up using a traditional soldering iron.
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