My power port on the left hand side under the radio, closest to the driver is not functioning. Does anyone know if a fuse from a 2010 Wrangler for the power port will fit in a 2009 fuse box? I want to see if that is the problem with my power port on my 09.
If this is possible, where is the fuse located on the fuse box??
Yes, I know its switched. And I ended up not being lazy and just looked in the manual. pg. 410 if I recall correctly. And yes, they are the same fuses. The 2010 was a rental, so I just switched the fuses to see what was wrong with mine. It was the fuse. The power port works with the good fuse from the 2010 Wrangler.
And the million dollar question is: did you put the good fuse back in the rental when you returned it?
I wouldn't lol
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The 2008 Jeep Wrangler is not so much an SUV as it is an experience. It's slow and loud, handles poorly, has crummy interior materials and features doors that provide virtually no crash protection. But when it comes to off-road performance, the Wrangler is simply the best choice available.
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[QUOTE=SunDevilJeeper;11097300]im running two old school KC daylighters and some baja lights, all pointed in one spot. the KCs are positioned to be exactly at the side mirrors of a vehicle 20 feet ahead and the baja lights are positioned up a little so they hit the rear view mirror perfectly with the brights.
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