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Grand Cherokee 2WD V6-3.7L (2008)
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Connector, Ground and Splice Information
DESCRIPTION - CONNECTOR, GROUND AND SPLICE INFORMATION
CAUTION: Not all connectors are serviced. Some connectors are serviced only with a harness. A typical example might be the Supplemental
In-line connectors are identified by a number, as follows:
In-line connectors located in the engine compartment are C100 series numbers.
In-line connectors located in the instrument panel area are C200 series numbers.
In-line connectors located in the body are C300 series numbers.
Jumper harness connectors are C400 series numbers.
Grounds and ground connectors are identified with a "G" and follow the same series numbering as the in-line connectors.
Splices are identified with an "S" and follow the same series numbering as the in-line connectors. In addition, S001-S099 numbers are located in
Component connectors are identified by the component name instead of a number. Multiple connectors on a component use a C1, C2, etc.
Section 8W-91 contains connector/ground/splice location illustrations. The illustrations contain the connector name (or number)/ground number/splice
The abbreviation T/O is used in the component location section to indicate a point in which the wiring harness branches out to a component. The
Section Identification and Information
DESCRIPTION - SECTION IDENTIFICATION AND INFORMATION
The wiring diagrams are grouped into individual sections. If a component is most likely found in a particular group, it will be shown complete (all wires,
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