Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Where do I begin to change the front drivers side turn signal bulb in my 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
I just changed both bulbs in my 1998 Grand Cherokee. These solutions made it possible, but i will offer some clarification and photos. First of all, all 4 screws are torx T20 as emoesmoe mentions, none are phillips. there are two bulbs that blink: the larger amber bulb is the turn signal light--dealer was cheaper than autozone and only had to purchase one bulb; the other bulb is called a side marker and it also blinks with a turn but stays on with the headlights. see photos that go along with the first two solutions. the first photo shows step one the first screw to take out. second and third photo are step two removing the second screw. the last photo shows the exposed screws to the turn signal housing after the uper light houseing has been removed:
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Nascar2fever is correct, this can be a pain in the quester job. These are Torques head screws T20. Sometimes an 1/8th inch allen wrench will work also. For the drivers side, remove the top screw for the outside upper signal first. It is inside the engine compartment near the fender wall. Then remove the other screw from the front of the vehicle. It is between the upper corner light and the lower light. You will need a flashlight to see in there. Once this screw is out, you can slip the top corner light out and have access to the two screws that hold in the front turn signal lamp. Remove these screws and the lamp will come out. I replaced the bulb with an 1156 NA (amber color).
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
It can be a pain because the screws are hidden. first you must remove the parking lamp raise the hood. one screw is visible from the top looking down at the lens...the other is hidden on the bottom side....look between the park laml and the turnsignal housing..a long phillip scew driver can reach it. once you have that removed lookng straight down at the turnsignal assembly you should see 2 screws. remove them and roll the assembly out and away from the body...you should see the bulb holder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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