Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
There seems to be a common problem on a lot of Jeeps with the rear tail light sockets or the wiring right at them. You would need to pull the whole assembly out and apart. See if you can spot a problem with the sockets. It would help to have a voltmeter or test light to keep checking for power at the sockets as you wiggle wires and bulb sockets. If you can't find the problem, consider replacing the whole assembly with new or used.
Posted on Jan 05, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem could be the wiring connecting to the lights, you need to check them for bare wires. Look them through for any metal hanging out of the rubber insulation. You may need to get new wiring.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Should still be under warranty. If you have determined it is not a burned out bulb, let the dealer trouble shoot.
Some other things to check, from a wiring standpoint, does the right side emergency flasher work? Does the right side backup light work?
If these do not, I'd look for a connector to the right side of the rear that came loose. Haven't spent that much time under my 2009 (same model style), but I'd suspect on a jeep that physically following the wires to a connector would not be hard. Also could be a ground issue to the right side lamp housing.
If those are working, morelikely a broken wire.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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