1993 JEEP CHEROKEE FUSE BOX RIGHT HAND DRIVE
Fuse Pinout: 1993-1995 - Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ: 1993-1998
The fuse access panel reads 'FUSE ACCESS' and is an interior color-matched panel located on the far right hand side of the dashboard on the passenger's side.
Jeep Grand Cherokee 1993-1998: Fuse Box Diagram
Fuse Box LocationAmperage RatingFuse Rating and Color CodingScheduled MaintenanceTo locate your interior fuse box, climb into the passenger side of your cabin. Once inside your Jeep, check the passenger-side footwell; this is where your fuse box is located. Check the dashboard for a removable cover that you need to pull off to access your fuse box and remove any blown fuses.See more on cherokeeforumWhen replacing a blown fuse, you'll need to choose a replacement fuse that is equal in amperage to the old one. For instance, your brake requires a 20-amp fuse to work. Your horn relay and power lock relay also require a 20-amp fuse to work. Your instrument panel, on the other hand, only requires a 7.5-amp fuse.See more on cherokeeforumFuses are color-coded and organized by location; however, you'll need to examine your fuse box diagram to understand which color is being used and for which protected system it applies. For the 1993-1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee, the horn fuse, for example, appears as "20s" on the fuse box diagram and is color-coded as yellow. The cigarette lighter fuse is marked as "15 a #11" on the diagram. It is light or bright blue in color.See more on cherokeeforumMake sure to keep your fluids clean and topped up; they are, after all, the lifeblood of your Jeep. As with any older model vehicle, you'll want to keep an eye on your major systems, inspecting each one for general wear and tear as well as current or impending system failure. Make changing out your spark plugs, rotor and distributor cap part of your regular maintenance schedule from here on out, if you have not already been doing so every 30,000 miles. As well, inspect your air filter for dir..See more on cherokeeforum