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Re: how is a headlight switch removed from 1991 Jeep...
To remove switch, first take off plastic dash covering, then remove the nut that holds the switch onto dash, or, if there is a seperate section around switch remove that first. To get the switch "button" out of switch, there is a small button on the top of the switch, hold it down and the button and shaft comes right out. Reverse to install
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check drl unit if not found integrated in fusebox check connections at battery and all fuses if ok if no test light is available take each fuse out 1 at a time and check if not burnt then you have relays for headlights and parking try the 4 way hazards to see if the parking lights function then if all is good play with the multifunction switch to see if not burnt
my jeep grand cherokee has had this same problem, as have many i've seen on the road. the tail light socket has contacts that provide the electrical connection. sometimes the contacts get weak and do not make good contact causing lights not to work. try removing the socket and pulling contacts up a little or also putting a small piece of aluminum foil around the contact will work.
well i had the same problem and replaced the headlight switch. Once i had done this the headlights would come on but the parking lights and taillights dont work. If you want to try anyway you have to take out the instrument panel and the lower panel. Once you do that there is a release button on the bottom of the switch. Press that and pull the knob out. It took a little jiggling to get mine out. Once the knob is out you will see behind it that there is a screw like thing with a very large flathead slot. take a flathead and unscrew this. once you do the switch will be loose. pull it out and remove wiring harness.
Only 2 things can cause this either the headlight switch or the headlight relay,chances are it's the switch,if you have a multimeter pull the relay out and probe the leads with the headlights in the off position you should only have power on 1 wire,with them on 2 wires are hot if this is the case then the relay is stuck,it's in the fuse box under the hood,another thing can cause this if the fog lights have been rewired to stay on even with highbeams on,power will feed back to the headlight circuit.
I have a 97 TJ and the headlights wouldn't come on but the parking lights would. Funny thing was that if I pulled the brights to flash someone, the brights would work. I took out the old headlight switch ($26 at Checker) and they work again. When I pulled the switch there was one connector that seemed to be corroded. Hope this helps
Check the relay for you headlights. It seems like you are only getting juice when in hi-beams are on and not lo-beams. Or maybe the lo-beam portion of you headlights are burned out. There are 2 filiments inside the light, one for hi and one for low.