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I need a wirng diagram for the tail lights in my 200 grand cherok

Im wiring in trailer lights. theres power were i cut the harness and at at the wires were they connect but none to the light. all the connections are good and i cant find any chaffing of wires or anything of that sort. any one got any ideas?

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    Jason Robertson Jan 12, 2009

    I had an 01 grand with the same thing wrong with it. i took it to a dealer and let them fix it. i personaly replaced every wire and relay to the computer. i asked the guy what fixed it and even he said that he wasnt sure. he did a reprogram on it and it fixed it. didnt quite sound right but it was fixed so i didnt ask questions

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You dont want to cut your wiring for the tale lights on your jeep,
stop at a auto parts store and pick up a made for your jeep plug in adapter,
RD

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