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2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee turn signal problems

Why would a turn signal randomly stop working?

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    try lifting your four way hazard button,on steering column

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The typical turn signal relay is load dependent and designed to operate erratically or faster if a lamp has failed as kind of an alert to the driver that something is amiss.
That it is intermittent likely means that you have a bulb that is sitting in a corroded socket and not making contact all of the time if it is occurring on one side. If on both sides, the relay itself is failing or its socket is corroded which is less likely since it is under the dashboard protected from the elements.       

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This could happen from a short in the wire or it could be getting grounded out from a damaged wire also ground wire could be corroded...check and replace/repair....any questions? contact me

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

If its a rear lamp they have had aproblemb with the circuit board in the lamp assy itself may need a new lamp

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you need a multifunction switch, not hard to replace 3 screws in the column shroud then take both shroud halves off and there it is. to get the part just take your vin to your local dealer and tell them multifunction switch

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one of the bulbs is not working soneither ill work so you need to check both bulb check the rear first its the easiest 2 screws inside rear and pull out light

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