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Brake light The brake light on the driver's side will not work when the lights ore on, if the lights are off both brake lights work but occasionally neither will work with the head lights on or off.

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  • payton_v Mar 14, 2009

    I have the same problem. The poor design makes the lights not keep a good connection. They bounce loose of the electrical connection while driving. It took me many bulbs to figure out the real problem was Jeep's poor tail light design. The only real, lasting fix I've found is a new tail light assembly. Watch out for your power window regulators to go next (if not already). I've replaced 3 of the 4 due to another poor design by Jeep. The darn thing runs great, though. Good luck.

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Poor wiring, test light sockets with electric meter

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