Question about 1992 Jeep Cherokee Briarwood
Fiance has a 92 Briarwood. Her brake lights went out recently, and been looking all over the internet on how to replace them. Only thing I could come up with is unscrewing the 3 bolts and pulling the bulbs from the back. Not sure. Is there an easier way without unscrewing the bolts? And why does the light "box" look like it slides apart at an angle? Can anyone help her out? This has stumped me. Thanks.
You can remove the bolts and change the light bulb but some of there have panels on the inside of the car you remove which reveles the wiring to the light grab the end of the wires and turn the plastic peice counter clockwise to revial the bulb
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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