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I have the same problem with my 1998 Grand Cherokee Laredo. I feel it has something to do with the slider switch. Pressing down on the switch while sliding it up and down and setting it at a desired level of intensity usually works for me.
Unless both bulb filaments went out, there is a switch that the brake pedal sits on when released. It should be located under the dash above your foot. You shouldn't miss it. When the brakes are applied, the switch pops out activating the lights, it sounds like that switch may be faulty. Hope that works
i hope you have checked the bulbs in the lights .not so long i done a car they were convinced that it was a wiring problem but in fact it was the two bulbs that were blown.also chevk the relay for the lights .there is one for dips and one for fulls.best of luck