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99 Jeep Grand Cherokee turn signals stopped working.

Both emergency and turn signals will not come on nor will they flash.

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  • Charles Compton Dec 21, 2008

    I have the same problem with the a 1999 grand cherokee. I have changed the turn signal switch and didnt fix it. if you remove the cover under the steering wheel and reach up there, you will feel the fuse box...reach up past the fuse box and there is a turn signal flasher, I can wiggle the flasher and get mine to work at times. I'm going to get a new flasher and see if that fixes it

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The flasher is your problem.

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