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Unread 08-20-2009, 05:16 PM   #1
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Lower Switch Panel Electrical Issue

I am having an electrical issue with my 09' JK Rubicon Unlimited and the problem is the lower switch panel with the sway bar disconnect, lockers, hazards, and esp off switches is not working as well as the interior lighting. What could be my issue? I checked the fuse and it was blown but every fuse i put in blows out instantly. I took it to the dealership and they wont claim it under warranty because i have a bunch of aftermarket parts on it. I have 4 hella black magics, and then the delta factory replacement fog lights. I had 4 wheel parts install these lights. Im having trouble finding where the problem is... any ideas? Anything that could help me?

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Unread 08-20-2009, 05:27 PM   #2
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Go back to 4 wheel parts and get them to fix what they screwed up. I suspect they did not use relays. Also, putting more powerful bulbs in the factory fog lights is known to make the computer freak out because you are drawing too much current. The JK makes extensive use of the CANBUS system. If you want a more powerful bulb in your factory fog lights, the way to go is to with a relay. I really don't fault the dealer, because a modification was made to your electrical system that caused a malfunction. 4 Wheel Parts should take care of the problem if you bring it to them.
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