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Old 01-19-2016, 05:28 PM
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Question Electrical Troubleshooting

I plan on running some tests on the electrical system and
would like a list of which fuses should be drawing power
when my 2000 Jeep WJ is off. Does anyone have anything
that could help me there?

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Re: Electrical Troubleshooting

There is not a list for this and it is difficult to tell which fuses should draw which current. When ignition is off, there will still be power drawn for memory functions, eventhough this should be no more then 20-40 mA. How much draw do you have?
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Re: Electrical Troubleshooting

Specifically, are interior lights supposed to draw power when the vehicle is off? I don't have my multi-meter with me sadly, so I cannot measure the draw?
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