Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I have no dash lights. My interior lights work, brake lights work, console lights work, stereo lights work, high beam indicator works, blinker indicator works, everything works except the dash lights! All fuses are good, don't know about the relays or where they are, and all wires between the doors are good. I found a broken one when my power windows didn't work, soldered it, and all is well. I don't know how to use a voltmeter, but I have one. Any thoughts?
Dash lights are fed through the headlight switch. If the headlights work, then you could have a bad switch. Before you go replacing the switch, get a wiring manual for the car and see if you are getting 12v at the wire that supplies the dash lights. I forgot the color of it.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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