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Bunker Hill, WV
Is there , or was there at any time , a little book labeled 'OWNERS MANUAL' in the glove box????????.............Is it silver and shiny? Maybe the IEDSS is faulty. (Integrated Excessive Dirt Sensing System)
power to the fuses?.........all windows inoperative ? All went bad at same time?
Is this blower motor fan , by any chance , under the hood? Do you park the car in a garage and leave the 'key fob' in it? Are you out of warranty? Do you have an owners manual that may shed light on the climate control system?
Could you elaborate?
First , you go to the store and buy the tools to remove the calipers (assuming you have the stuff to take off the wheels), then you remove the worn brake pads one side of the vehicle at a time - make sure to match up pads to their correct position (may be difficult if cheaper aftermarket pads are used as opposed to premium or MB OEM parts) , clean caliper bracket(s) lube slide pins if parking brake is integrated into caliper , you may need to go back to the store to get a special tool to turn and compress piston at the same time. Installation is reverse of removal.
Need to find the faulty wire /component that's blowing the fuse.............
Does your 'scan tool' show live data? Running open loop -closed loop? fuel trim LT/ST ? How many miles on engine ? What is spark advance showing when accelerating up hill? do you have a lot of keys or heavy items on your key ring? Is the sky grey when the jeep runs poorly?
How many miles on it ? when it vibrates , try to maintain speed , while very gently applying brakes and tell us if that calms the vibration.
Different shop diagnose it this next time?
Speaking of old school....unplug the float switch from the master cylinder is another way to confirm the area of problem. If light goes off , there's a possibility the float is stuck , or defective. Check pushrods advice FIRST , his bulb burns a little brighter than mine, if ya know what I mean.............