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It may be necessary to remove the hubs and clean out any dried grease that is preventing the actuation of the hub locks. Remember that it may be only one hub that is causing the problem so ensure that you have turned the dial until you hear it click in to place.
Not sure if I read your post right, but you have to have a hot wire to the ignition switch from the battery, independent of anything else on the car, before the switch will work. The CPS is a common problem on the jeeps, though. If bad, you may not get a coil signal.
the easy way would be to check the bulbs elements if 1 of them is burnt all u have to do is replace it.then check the brake switch which is under the steering column u cant miss it the brake peddle rests against it when not being pressed down,which is how it works too.also check all the fuses.if all else fails start checking wires.
check the fuses first. If none are blown you have a short somewhere and will need a multimeter to test each of the wires. If there aren't any bad fuses, you should probably take it in, shorts are frustrating and time consuming to locate and also to repair.