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Open the back lift gate/ door. You pop the side panel off and you will see the screws to take out to make to lense come out.

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I have a 99 Jeep Cherokee limited and when I turn my lights on my tails don't work but when I apply the brakes the passenger side comes on. I replaced blubs and sockets.


Had a similar problem in mine. When I applied brakes while head lights were on, the the light would go off completely. There is a computer chip in the tail light assembly that tends to go bad causing the light to malfunction. I just bought a new tail light assembly from eBay and now it works perfectly. As easy as putting in a new bulb but you just have to unplug electric terminal from the light and plug in new light once received.

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How to remove and replace tail light assembly on 2003 jeep grand cherokee. There's one screw behind the rear quarter panel to complete the removal process of the tail light assembly. How do I remove that...


There is 2 screws located on the side when you open your tail gate by the tail light. remove these 2 screws and pull the tail light out and disconnect the wire connector. Hope this helps.

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Jun 13, 2010 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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The 1999-2004 Grand Cherokees had some lighting issues with the tail lights. First check to see if you have power back there with a test light, if you do try changing the bulbs. If that doesn't work, Inspect the bulb sockets to see if they are burned. The issue that I saw the most was the tail light housing being warpped and breaking contact with the bulb socket. The only fix to that is to replace the tail light assemblies. Hope this helps.

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Remove tailight assembly from 2003 jeep grand cheerokee


open the lift gate. look on the side that you are taking off. there should be two phillips head screws holding on a small bracket. remove them. next gently pull on the tail light assembly. once loose unplug the wiring harness and you are done. installation is reverse of removal.

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Is there a common defect in a 1999 grand cherokee that causes it to blow a tail light fuse? Not been in a wreck. just started happening a few months ago. Replaced one tail light assembly, but that didn't...


Look inside the portal where the lamp is installed for a trace of chaffing of the Insulation of the Light harness, or a rough spot over the length of which that one light harness travels. The fact it is intermittent would indicate a minor "FIND IT" problem. Sometimes a Ball acher, but persevere. Better still, acquire a Circuit Tester with "Ohms"on the Scale. Take out the bulb, and connect the RED wire of the meter to the Bulb power terminal and the BLACK wire to a Vehicle clean steel body area, as a Grounding point. If the meter "BEEPS" that indicates a Ground out/Short in that circuit, which is proof positive of a chaffed wire in the harness.
Best of luck in your endevours.
Regards,DT

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Headlights On, Brake lights off, tail lights off


This type of problem can be caused by bad ground connections. Find as many as you can and clean the surfaces between the loop the screw goes through and the chassis (body). Take the tail light assemblies out and find the ground wires - black wires screwed to the body. Look under the hood, Pull the headlight assemblies out if necessary and find those little guys. They are generally close to the light. Follow the wire loom back from the lights and look for the black wires coming out. Loosen the screws and work the loop back and forth against the metal. Sometimes there is paint on the metal and the screw is the only thing making the connection. Work the screw in and out snug it against the loop and rotate the loop to freshen the connection.

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1999 jeep grand cherokee - brake lights and turn signals working but Right tail light out with all other lights on--HELP??? My 1999 Grand Cherokee has no parking lights in the rear. The brake lights work...


I have taken my car to many shops to solve this problem. Long story short your tail light has a bad circut and entire lamp must be replaced. (Lamp cost approximate $130.00)

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Check the relays associated with the tail lights, I believe that the tail light relay and the turn signal relay are two different entities. Hopefully that helps.

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