Maybe I won't tell you anything new, when I point you to the fuses behind
the glove box. There is another box containing stronger fuses under the
hood near the battery.
I had the same problem. Apparently the layout of the fuse holder(s) differs
within the Series TJ97 Sport, depending on the destination country.
American models seem to have a fuse #18 with 20A (?) for the lighter in the
first (left) column of the fuse holder behind the glove box. My European
TJ97 Sport holds only spare fuses in that column.
I wasn't able to solve the problem either, lacking detailed information. So
I bypassed it by installing and wiring a new power supply with its own fuse
at a known location :-))
Do you mean the hazard flasher system?
TJ97 Sport (European)
Get a cheap fuse tester, or make one.
It's just a 12V bulb (or 12V led). Put one lead
on the two exposed parts of the fuse and if the
lamp lights up the fuse is dead. (assumes there
is a current draw, so you would have had to push
the lighter in)
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