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Lowbeam headlights not working at all.

Hi beams work fine.

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If you know the low beam bulbs are good, I would check for power in and out of the dimmer switch first. The dimmer switch directs power to each circuit.

Posted on Jan 08, 2013

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SOURCE: Jeep Headlights not working. High beam works

had the same problem on my 92....check under the hood on the drivers side,towards the front,there is a "junction box" with all of the lighting wires connecting from the switches to the lights.My wires were all corroded inside,so I cleaned the ends and bought a new box from the local electronic supply store.The problem has not come back.

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Posted on Jul 15, 2009

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Why did you replace the switch without checking the headlight bulbs first? Suggest you check the headlight bulbs, if they are good, then check the connectors, if they are good, then check the fuse box. Sometimes there is a fuse for the healights right and left. If all of that is good check your ground connections. If all of that is good, then is to basics........check continuity on the harness, ensure there is current through the connector to the lights contact.

If all of athe above is good, then I always advise to check the fuse links. You might have burned one out. They are usually located near the battery.

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I would check your headlight relay switch that is located in your steering colum

Posted on May 19, 2009

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