Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Does your car have DRL option (canada) daylight running lights?)
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the tail lamps are not brake lamps.
they are independant.
there are many parking lamps , and the tails are that.
do all parking lamps fail>? see FSM page 8w50-2
the tails run directly to the park headlight switch pin, marked park.
which gets power from fuse 34
the same switch and pin runs all other park lamps and same fuse 34.
so if the fuse is good, then all lamps are burned out , nah.
or the switch is bad, and can due to so many lights for so long.
if lamps are not dim then here is no short, so must be an open
Fuse 34 tops list , use an ohmeter to test the fuse. or replace it
as , they can get hair line cracks. inside fues
0 ohms = good, infinity = bad fuse.
Posted on Feb 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to purchase the trailer wire kit that has a solid state module that will allow the lights operate correctly. It plugs right in the factory socket, no cutting of wires are needed, and it costs around 40 dollars. It is the only way to go for your vehicle.
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
SOURCE: Tail lights dont work when
On your vehicle you have two fuse/relay boxes underneath the hood of your car. the box that you want to look in is the integrated power module box. It is the one closest to the battery (Right behind it). I don't have a diagram for the layout of the box but inside that box is a micro relay for your park lamps. This may be your problem. It is located in the # 7 position. If I remember correctly the # 6 position is another micro relay and the # 8 position is 10 amp fuse (red) so it should be between those to if that is any help. I would try that next. You can feel if someone turns on the lights with your finger to see if it is engaging. If you don't feel that engage, check to make sure it is getting power there as to not waste money on a relay you don't need. I hope this helped and good luck.
Posted on Feb 13, 2011
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