Question about 1999 Jeep Cherokee
1) Left side is in front of the Airbox for the aircleaner. 2) Right side is in front of the battery (which HAS to be removed to replace the bulb).
3) Replacing the BULBS for $10 each is all you normally need to do - Unless the lights are Fogging and getting Condensation in them.
The you have to remove the bumper to repace the headlight assemblies. It is a pain. Costs $300-600 at a dealer.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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