Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I discovered a few days ago that the break light on the drivers side was not working. I replaced the bulb with a 3157 per the owner's manual, but it still would not work. I pulled the same bulb from the passenger side to make sure it was a 3157 (which it was) and then replaced it. Last night I discovered that I had not tail lights or break lights on either side. The turn signals work and the flashers work. I've checked fuses, but can't find one that seems to be burned out. Any suggestions?
The problem is not the bulb it is the connectors the bulb is connected to...rebend them so they touch....its happening on all the 2000 jeeps...email me for any more questions...jave21@YAHOO.COM
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Look up "fix jeep brake lights". I had a similar problem and just had to bend up the little metal contact tabs on the brake light assembly using a small flat head screwdriver-they were not contacting the bulb well. Took a whole five minutes and all is well.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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