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Old 08-31-2019, 08:55 PM Thread Starter
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no power at data link connector

i had to replace the starter on my 3.7L today 8/31/19. i hook up a memory saver and disconnected the negative battery cable. well when i disconnected the positive cable from the starter
it touch the starter and sparked, i didn't think the system would be live but it was. that said i noticed the check engine light was on so i plugged in my autel model 529 and nothing
also noticed the gauges didn't function the jeep starts and drives so far. well i owned a 1999 mb c280 and had the same problem and on you tube showed me a 5 amp fuse to replace
problem fixed. i can not find a fuse labeled DLC or any relating to the problem. any ideas are welcome. Thanks
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i had to replace the starter on my 3.7L today 8/31/19. i hook up a memory saver and disconnected the negative battery cable. well when i disconnected the positive cable from the starter
it touch the starter and sparked, i didn't think the system would be live but it was. that said i noticed the check engine light was on so i plugged in my autel model 529 and nothing
also noticed the gauges didn't function the jeep starts and drives so far. well i owned a 1999 mb c280 and had the same problem and on you tube showed me a 5 amp fuse to replace
problem fixed. i can not find a fuse labeled DLC or any relating to the problem. any ideas are welcome. Thanks
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Any information on this subject you should be able to find here;

https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums...explained.html

If you can find it there, it probably doesn't exist; Loads of good information in that thread if you take the time to read it thoroughly and check out all of the attachments.


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Old 09-02-2019, 10:19 AM
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Iíve seen on some vehicles where the OBD connector shares a fuse with the cigarette outlets. You should probably just go ahead and check all of the fuses too.
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thanks msamy79, it's in the interior fuse box #16 labeled scm,cluster,obd ( diagnostic connector ) ( b+)
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thanks msamy79, it's in the interior fuse box #16 labeled scm,cluster,obd ( diagnostic connector ) ( b+)
Maybe take some pics and add them to your thread....


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