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I am a new member--well I been since 2018. This is the first post introduction. I don't quite understand this forum stuff yet but I am sure I will figure it out. I come on here because I own a 2006 Commander 5.7L so I can see if other owners have issues like mine. I do find relevant information that helps me figure out solutions to my Commander; which I am finding is seemingly have many electrical issues!! Currently, my rear wiper is on even though it's off. I pulled the 30A amp out only to find I have no interior lights and heat/fan controls don't work. UGH!! The wiper fluid works, just won't turn off! It is not the relay fuse because there isn't one LOL. Something I just found out yesterday. I am clueless to figure this out. I did the disconnect negative terminal from battery. Stepped on the brake and the waited 20 mins before reconnecting neg on battery. Nope--still going like a possessed wiper. I don't think I can afford a trip to the dealer or any mechanic right about now. Is it electrical? I have read other posts with similar issues but I can not reply to these posts because I am a limited member :( Any suggestions to find the root of this issue that seems like other people are having as well?

Thanks for any help that could point me in the right direction!

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I am a new member--well I been since 2018. This is the first post introduction. I don't quite understand this forum stuff yet but I am sure I will figure it out. I come on here because I own a 2006 Commander 5.7L so I can see if other owners have issues like mine. I do find relevant information that helps me figure out solutions to my Commander; which I am finding is seemingly have many electrical issues!! Currently, my rear wiper is on even though it's off. I pulled the 30A amp out only to find I have no interior lights and heat/fan controls don't work. UGH!! The wiper fluid works, just won't turn off! It is not the relay fuse because there isn't one LOL. Something I just found out yesterday. I am clueless to figure this out. I did the disconnect negative terminal from battery. Stepped on the brake and the waited 20 mins before reconnecting neg on battery. Nope--still going like a possessed wiper. I don't think I can afford a trip to the dealer or any mechanic right about now. Is it electrical? I have read other posts with similar issues but I can not reply to these posts because I am a limited member :( Any suggestions to find the root of this issue that seems like other people are having as well?

Thanks for any help that could point me in the right direction!

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Welcome to the forum; since you're having electrical issues, this is the first piece of reading I'll give you that might help shed some light on things;

https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums/10-electronics-nav-discussion/55657-junction-block-explained.html
 
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