Locate diagnostic socket (it's in engine area). Take a piece of wire and short pin numbered 7 to the chasis ground. Turn on ignition key and wait for about 5 seconds. Oil service indicator lamps should go off and 5 green sectors should light up. Swich off ignition, remove jump wire from diagnostic socket.
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hacks, are not easy or fun to correct. undone many .
saved many the cars. (im a sparks guy, (and controls)) is this a head lights question?, car has lots of lights.
or cluster lights?
tell more get more,
or read the FSM (the amazing factory serv. manual)
93 YJ may work
There is a switch on the N/s of the gearbox it has four wires to it, two are for the reverse light the other two are the inhibitor switch, straight forward change, screw the old out and screw the new one in. Very little fluid loss and it does not need setting up.
manufactuers put fuse panels insome wierd places . you may want to look on both ends of the dash ,under the dash, in the glove box, and under the rear seat. but back to the dash lights not working, do all the exterior lights work as they should? if so you may want to check the panel light dimmer switch to make sure you have power coming through it.
your charging system may be defective take to auto zone have them test you battery and alternator for free, if they are ok then the lens could be dirty or the ground wires could be rusty and needs to be sanded. if you need more help let me know, It is possible that your light switch is going bad as well. What happens is over time the spade connectors heat up when on and cool off when off this causes a corrosion n the terminals on the light switch or the light switch harness causing the lights to be dim. And the only way to know if thats the problem is to remove the switch and look at the connectors to see if they are brownish black.
Your trans will not come out of park until the brake pedal is depressed and the brake light switch activated, you most likely have an issue switch or the wiring to it, 1st thing to do is see if the brake lights work, if not jumper the switch at the brake pedal and see if the lights work, if they do, and it will still not come out of park there is a problem with the release solenoid on top of the steering column, you will have to drop the column to service that solenoid, but most often the issue is with the brake light circuit, either the switch or the connector to it..