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M19 ASD Sensor Fuse keeps blowing

Anyone have any problems with Auto Shutdown yet?

My jeep died on me on the way home from work on Friday, would crank but not start.

Tech at the dealer diagnosed a blown ASD #1/#3 Fuse (M19) and claims to have found a short in that circuit, which he fixed.

Drove it around town and to work, and this evening it died again.

Having newfound knowledge about what happened the first time, I checked the M19 fuse and whaddya know, it was blown.

I didn't have any fuses on me, so I used the old paperclip trick and promptly drove it the 2 miles over to the dealer again rather than popping for another tow.

This is pretty frustrating seeing that it is a 2008 Jeep with 45,000 miles on it. It should not be dying on the road. What's worse is, of course, this is not an item included in the lifetime powertrain warranty.

I'm not sure as of yet where the short he claims to have fixed is becuase I picked up the jeep after hours. Obviously, he didn't fix it all the way. I was hoping for any experiences someone else might have had with this garbage.

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Update since none of you fawkers had any input:

Dealership ended up replacing the TIPM (Main Fuse Box / Power Module in the engine bay) due to it surging and blowing the fuse.

Jeep runs properly as of now.


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Update since none of you fawkers had any input:

Dealership ended up replacing the TIPM (Main Fuse Box / Power Module in the engine bay) due to it surging and blowing the fuse.

Jeep runs properly as of now.
https://www.jkowners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6156

This was never figured out, but hasn't done it since then either...

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Jeep back at the dealer. Same fuse blew again.


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So how did they fix it???
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Update

I know its been a few years but my JK has the same issue.Was it ever resolved?
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Okay so I got my JK from the dealership yesterday. After 3 days they diagnosed the problem being the 2 wiring harnesses that go from the ignition coils to the fuse box. They also replaced 2 ignition coils because they weren't MOPAR. It runs perfect now and I have the confidence to take it on the trails again.
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