Question about 1988 Jeep Cherokee
1988 Jeep Cherokee, brake lights work, headlights work, turn signals/hazzards work...TAIL lights dont work, nor does the light for the lic plate or the dashboard light. We have replaced all the fuses and bulbs but when hooked to a volt meter, the tail light socket is showing no power. Tail light socket is new.
Is there a way to jerry-rig a wire directly to tail lights, so that it can manually be turned on?
There is a breaker in your circuit box it is silver mine did the same thing and i had a loose wire on my head light switch and my breaker was blown...
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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