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Re: 91 wrangler wiring diagram for steering column...
You should be able to work wires out with no problem their cant be more than about ten wires,buy a HAYNES manual ,now that is tantamount to sacriledge and who ever suggested that must stand in the corner with a big hat on marked with a capital D
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Yeah, anything in your steering column can cause problems. I haven't looked at a wiring diagram for your vehicle. Is your headlamp switch and dimmer part of the same switch or different locations?
Usually if I think the problem is in the steering column, I get at the wire harness under the dash where it goes into the steering column, Find proper color wire for what I'm trying to check, voltage or ground on whatever circuit. If headlamp switch is located separately from dimmer, then have to check voltage to and from steering column on proper color wires.
I don't like drl lamps at all, just my opinion. Especially auto lamps that you can't turn off, unless you pull a fuse.
Hi there:Bad installing or a problem with the connections.
The most likely problem is a bad ignition switch. To find out for sure, remove the plastic covers over the steering column and remove the 2 screws holding the ignition switch in place. Make sure the mechanism coming from the key is turning the ignition switch. If the mechanism works fine, replace the ignition switch. I would suggest removing the ignition switch and checking the mechanism in the column to make sure it is actually turning the ignition switch off. You could have a wiring problem, you will have to follow all the wiring from the ignition switch down the column and into the harness, there is sure to be a short in the wiring harness, that is if as you said you replaced the ignition switch for a new one.
To test this, remove the plastics around the steering column and pull out the wiring plug to the ignition switch, if the ignition turns off you have another faulty ignition switch if it stays on wiring harness has shorted out. Hope this helps; also keep in mind that your feedback is important and I`ll appreciate your time and consideration if you leave some testimonial comment about this answer.