I have two Jeeps, the 1977 CJ-5 (Mr. Jeep) is my primary transportation. (had five others prior, never anything else since I was allowed on the asphalt).
The 1946 Willys (Willy) is my baby, I drive him every chance I get.
I made one car payment for each one back in 1991. Mr. Jeep was $2,200.00 and I gave $100.00 for Willy's heart and soul, Two years and many side jobs later (play money) he was on the road too!
Posting a picture of the day he was rescued. The first picture actually looks decent (In reality this was the bait that lured me in). The body was held together with splatter welds and a fifty five gallon drum of bondo. It had to go, I pretty much started from scratch to revive him.
Fuse testing kind of the easy way, see this you tube video.
Audio Fuse CB-19 (15 amp),
Room Fuse CB-9 (10 amp) (memory),
Both in the dash fuse box dealing with the radio,
Interior lights CB-9 Room Fuse (Same as the radio),
Also in the lighting diagram,
Diode Box F ,
Diode Box G,
Both are in the Dash fuse box left of the instrument panel,
I figure the stuff I listed above are things that coulda took the surge. Other than that, everything else is lights or switches,
After you see the video, insure you have power on both sides of the fuses, your key may need to be on.
Glad it is driving!
Need more information just ask.
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Sunday, December 25th, 2016 AT 5:14 PM