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picture of fuse block 86 cj7

Writing is worn of my 1986 cj7 fuse block.Anybody have a picture or diagram of the original?

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1985 CJ7 California model with AC, Clock, and Auto Trans. I think the orange plug is the clock (there are two clock plugs). AC is not plugged in. I just realized PO has a 20amp fuse in a 10amp slot
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Just ignore the extra turn signal flasher.


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Just ignore the extra turn signal flasher.
So mine is correct with only one flasher? My signals work but I have not checked hazards. I noticed a flasher in the wire harness near the fuse block. Have not got to the electrical on my jeep yet. Working on mechanical stuff now and battery is disconnected.

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What does the big metal GTE (breaker?) do?

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So mine is correct with only one flasher? My signals work but I have not checked hazards. I noticed a flasher in the wire harness near the fuse block. Have not got to the electrical on my jeep yet. Working on mechanical stuff now and battery is disconnected.
Yes that's right, only one flasher in the fuse box for hazard. Turn signal flasher behind parking brake. Might be what you saw up there.



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What does the big metal GTE (breaker?) do?
That is a circuit breaker for the wipers. Any thing you might want to keep working after a momentary short should use a self resetting Circuit breaker. Like headlights and wipers.


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Wow.... Thanks to all! Outstanding!
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Yes that's right, only one flasher in the fuse box for hazard. Turn signal flasher behind parking brake. Might be what you saw up there.





That is a circuit breaker for the wipers. Any thing you might want to keep working after a momentary short should use a self resetting Circuit breaker. Like headlights and wipers.
Thanks! Now I have more q's

What are the T/G's and LPS ???

Where is the headlight breaker?

Should my turn signal flasher relay be mounted or loose in the harness?

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Ahhh...thanks for the pix. They were not showing when I asked my q's

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What are the T/G's and LPS ???

Where is the headlight breaker?

Should my turn signal flasher relay be mounted or loose in the harness?
T/G is Tail Gate Power (window, Release? ). very popular option on the CJ

Head light Circuit breaker is inside the headlight switch.

T/S flasher is just loose in the harness. At least it always has been in the ones I've looked at.

LPS? Low Power Stuff? I don't know but usually for stuff like Panel lights and powering Speedo electrical stuff


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hi
i have no power anywhere,you can see my post,on DENVAR03.some one said i should find the fuseable link in my fuse box,but i can't locate any.

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i have no power anywhere,you can see my post,on DENVAR03.some one said i should find the fuseable link in my fuse box,but i can't locate any.

dennis
Fusible link is not in the fuse "box" its in the harness near the alternator. Search and you should be able to find some pics.

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sorry to cut in,but i know you help so many of us,i have a Q.i have power at fuse box,for directionals,as well as at red/wht./yellow wire going to flasher.i have no signals,either left or right,and no hazard either.can you tell me where to check!!!.

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