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No running lights

Have all other lights front and back but no parking lights

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    check all fuses

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If fuses and wres are Ok,. You may have a bad switch control, which is in the steering column.
Good Luck.

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the operators guide tells you were all fuses are
did you lose that?
no engine size stated, only 2002, and no country stated..
these cars run different engines in all countries, so...???
and have wiring to match them. gas and diesel.
so tail. not brakes, no reverse but park lamps are out in the REAR Left and right and park is NOT dead
on the sides, nor on the front, park is the 1st click of the head lamps switch and park lamps even feed many interiour lamps.
even the speedo cluster back lamps are park.(with dim)
Ive answered vast park fails here, even showed you the free manual. and now repeat that once again..

answsing for USA car
and is a WJ jeep, the book is WJ.
answering for, only REAL parks dead, x4. (2 license plate lamp glow to, do they fail too?)
fuse 6 runs the park relay,
when you turn the switch the switch (digital it is) tells the BCM bain, (body puter) to turn on the park relay, the relay closes
and passes, fuse 6 power to the rear of the car
so we check fuse 6 first. then scan car make sure the car
has no COMMUNICATIONS FAILURES or related.
fuse 6 is located in the JB, (means cab box)

it also runs the front lamps and all side makers.
so just how many parks are dead, seems your post is not clear at all, there are like 20 total lamps + on this feed.
now my wild and useless blind answer.
fuse blown F6 and all parks dead front rear side.
no?
then relay park is bad.
no?
then scan PCM, it tells you related errors now.
post them.



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park-run -tail
the most complex lights on car, huge number of lamps in side and outside. are ALL 20 dead ,side lamps. license, park, tail, dash , dash dim lights, ALL ?
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