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Re: how to change H3 fog light bulb in 2000 jeep cherokee...
Open up the lamp there is a clip that holds the lamp in place, replace the old one with the new one.
Be carefull and do not hold the bulb on the new one. Hold the bulb with
a tissue. The nabody oils will make the lamp burn out prematurely.
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you could always add a good pair of aftermarket fog lights that come with a relay kit and switch you mount to the dash .The only thing is by most laws you cannot run high beams w/aftermarket fog lights on at the same time only low beam ,they have to be manually turned off for oncoming traffic.You can get a good set for around $65.00.These kits come with easy instructions.
it's easy just done it last night. unplug the wiring harness that goes to the fog light and then there is a bolt on the bottom of the fog light take it out and push the fog light forward and the hole assembly comes out just take off the back and change the bulb. my truck is a 2001 nissan frontier sc 4x4 and it took the h3 bulbs, got mine at wal-mart about $4.00
You have to go in from underneath the vehicle and behind the fog light assembly. It is a tight fit, but there is basically no other logical way to do it. Take the pigtail off the light and unscrew it from the assembly. Then do the opposite to reinstall.
For my 99 jeep cherokee sport it was the switch itself that needed replacing. After doing a search on google I found one for about 30 bucks and it only take a few minutes to replace. I am a novice when it comes to these things but it wasn't to hard at all.
It's definitely the switch...I bought two of 'em so far...known bug. I don't use the fog lights as much anymore , but the "Airtex" oem equivalent switch from Rockauto seems to be holding up well. If you dissamble your broke switch you'll probably see evidence that it is beginning to melt and theres alot, maybe too much, grease, which may or may not have been the cause of the bad, heating contacts inside switch.
If I remember right, even though the foglights have a relay there is still full amperage going through the switch or something....don't qoute me on that last statement.