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After much investigation and testing on my electrical problems, I have come

to the unhappy conclusion that my fuse block is not realistically salvageable.

I have one in my parts Cherokee that is nearly pristine. My question is...

I know there is no easy way to perform this transplant, but what is the least

painful way to accomplish this? I know some of you guys on here have done

this before. May I impose upon you for your experienced guidance?

All help greatly appreciated.

 

Jeephack

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It's really not too complicated to swap in a XJ fuse panel/interior harness in place of the MJ's.

 

The only real problem you'll encounter is the whip to the rear, and with a little tracing and detective work, it will be solved ;)

 

Here's some reference topics for you to ponder -

 

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=20922&hilit=xj+wire+harness

 

And here's the one on the rear light that mfpdm put together -

 

viewtopic.php?f=9&t=19695&hilit=xj+wire+harness

 

What you'll want to check is if the engine bay side of the fuse block is still in good shape, if in dough, then the XJ's engine harness should be a direct replacement.

 

Oh, one question.........is the MJ and XJ still in the same era????? like '87 - '90 Renix era??

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