Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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
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Right Turn & Brake
Left Turn & Brake
Green- Right Turn and Brake
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Brown- Tail Lights
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Blue- Electric Brakes
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It sounds like your green and yello wires are shorted together somewhere along the length of the harness. I would check the wires on the trailer first. Easier yet, if you have another trailer to connec or access to another to use for testing, connect to it and see if the problem repeats; if it does the trouble is in the vehicle's wiring.
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