I had the same problem. The dashboard switch for the fog lights gets hot over time and the plastic housing melts enough to cause the contacts to stick. You can buy a replacement switch for about $35. I took mine apart and filed the housing enough to relieve the contacts. Seems to work fine now.
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The fog Lamp fuse is located in the interior fuse panel located inside the vehicle to the left of the steering. The fuse your looking for is in the # 24 cavity (Which should be marked by numbers) and it will/should be a 15 amp fuse (lite blue). I hope this helped and good luck.
The foglamp bulbs can be accessed and removed from underneath the
bumper without tools, although it is a tight fit. Turn the lamp socket
1/4 turn counter-clockwise to remove from the rear of the housing. Note
that the screw in the front of the foglamps is for alignment only and
does not remove the outer lens. The fog lamp housing is attached to the
fascia with two nuts which can be removed with a 10mm socket.
Fog lamps can be added to most Laredo model WJ's that came from
the factory without them. Mopar kits are available that include two fog
lights, wiring harness, and steering column switch. Click HERE for part numbers and other information on these kits.
first check your fuses theres 2 fuse panels one on the passender side when you open the door on the side of the dash another under the hood if that doesnt work take apart the dash and check to see if the actual lights r blown.if not check your electrics use a voltage tester in the light wires make sure those lights r getting juice.