Question about 1995 Jeep Cherokee
Blinker dont work allother lights work
The turn signals don't work, but the emergency flashers do? If that's the case, replace the flasher, you have 2 flashers, one for emergency (hazard) flasher, and one for the turn signals. It should be on the fuse block under the dash.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Under the dash near drivers side or under more toward the middle of the dash
Usually the sign of a bad flasher is erratic flashing pattern.
Does yours do this ?
Just to be aware of the simple fixes....make sure the bulb is not burnt out before you
go any further. Some of these bulbs are double element bulbs.. In other words
it may light up for one function giving the impression of it being good, but it may
not light up for the next application. For example....tail lights will light when the
headlights are on but do not glow brighter when the brake is applied...dual element bulb.
Hope this helps lead you in the right direction !
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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