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just on the dash right....... because your dash lights turned on and it changes the brightness of the dash lights, try rolling the little wheel down on the left and see if there is a change?
on the other hand if the outside blinker light fails to work at night the bulb might be burned out you should check it and the dash light might not work if bulb is burned
just turn on the lights turn on the key and blinker and go look?
Sounds like you have a short. Pull the bulb and try again. If the fuse does not burn (pop) then there may be a problem with bulb or the socket.
if the fuse still pops, then you will need to trace the lines, using a volt meter to find where the short is.
You have a 2 filliment bulb,only the low filliment is burned or broken. This allows both the blinker and the brake lights to work but you have no parking or running light. Change the bulb, should be ok,
Open your life gate, take out the two screws holding that are holding the light in, pull
away from car, if working on drivers side, pull to left and vice versa,
twist out fitting for burned out light and replace.
I have a 2002 JGC as well and its the driver side one with mine. I changed the bulb this last time and used bulb lube to cover all the metal. It worked for a mile then went out again but didnt burn out this time. I checked the contacts on the base and noticed there was some rust, scraped off with blade and used more bulb lube on those contacts too, working for now.
Yes , The wiring in question does effect the brake lights because they all run on the same circuit.
I would repiar or repalce all the wiring and then replace the brake light switch. The switch could have shorted out from the fire.