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Signal lights I have a 1995 jeep cherokee. All the lights work including the hazard lights, but the signal lights will not work at all.

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  • cmac8874 Oct 06, 2008

    No not yet, but thanks I will pick one up and let you know what happens, Thanks alot

  • RAB209 Nov 07, 2008

    HAVE A 1987 JEEP CHEROKEE & I'M ALSO HAVEING A PROBLEM WITH THE TURN SIGNALS FLASHERS WORK BUT TURN SIGNALS DON'T

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    Have you checked the flasher unit?

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Where is the flasher relay located?

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If the flasher relay is not the problem then the turn switch is bad

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SOURCE: the turn signal will not work right or left

try looking at fuse #8 (20Amp yellow fuse) and see if it is bad. that could be your problem, and make sure the fuse #4 is good as well. (15amp light blue fuse)

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try looking at fuse #8 (20Amp yellow fuse) and see if it is bad. that could be your problem, and make sure the fuse #4 is good as well. (15amp light blue fuse)

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