Re: Brake light issues n stuck in park help asap
Ok, just had a look at some wiring schematics. If you have a multimeter, you can safe yourself some fuses.
First the way using a multimeter: First disconnect the negative terminal from the battery. Now remove the fuse from the brake lights (fuse 23 on the junction block, but you changed it already, so knows where it is) and measure from the fuse to ground. Because the fuse melts right away, there is some short and if you measure from the right side of the fuse to ground, there should be 0 Ohms (or very close to it). Now disconnect the brake switch, if the multimeter shows infinite, you know the short is after the switch. If it is after the switch, you have at least not adjusted the switch well, because with a short after the switch and a new fuse melting immediately after inserting, means the switch is already closed.
If the short is after the switch, remove all three brake lights and check again. If still shorted, you could remove the connector from both lower rear light assy´s to be sure there is no short in the light assy´s themselfs.
If its still shorted after this, remove the ABS controller connector and check again.
If you don´t have a multimeter, you could try all before mentioned, but without disconnecting the battery and with a new fuse each time it melts.
If your jeep has a tow hitch, then there are some more items to check.