JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE FUSE PROBLEM
2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee • 226 miles
My 2002 jeep grand cherokee laredo 4.0 had an air bag light on, jeep diagnosed it and said it was the front right air bag impact sensor. I removed the battery and all parts to get to it. I changed the sensor, and when I put the battery back in I heard one noise from the electrical system and now have no electrical power at all. I put the old sensor back in and put the battery back in and still no power. Does the entire system need to be reset by jeep?
January 12, 2013.
January 12, 2013.
Did you cross the battery cables?You may have blown the main fuse
No. But I will check the main fuse anyway. Does the air bag system require reseting?
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