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Head lights stopped working

All electronics work
all fuses are good as far as I can tell. new front lamps did not work.

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Replace the relay for the headlights located in the engine compartment fuse panel near the battery.

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Did you check and ground, anywhere? Usually the front and rear park lamps are the same. Do the front park lamp works? The circuit usually goes hot when you turn on the head lamp switch. Did you check applicable fuses for voltage? Use a test lite to check voltage.
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Q1: all 4 dead?
Q2: do blinkers work ? hummmm
alldata.com covers all this, log in and read>?
does car run perfectly
do all other lamps work? full bright head lights.
cranks fast not slow
battery charged? main car battery?
then
fuse meter good
fuse haz/turn good?
the tail fuse and tail relay most work or the HAZ switch is dead.
is the haz lamp dead? triangle ICON lamp?> in dash.

the schematic is below.
when you turn on the haz button , this sends 0v (ground) logic signal to the BCM puter.
and the turn /haz relay.
the blinker switch has its own inputs to the RELAY .
so one can fail and other work, and not stated, sadly.
its not really a relay its and electronics module.
(means testing it, is not relay like at all)
12v on both pins on left ? top.
in haz mode 0v on the yellow wire.?
if yes , yes, yes, then the relay is bad


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the 48 slot is haz/blink relay module.
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but what is wrong?
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lows are not dim,that confuses me, dim means weak lamps.

my guess is high beams both sides are dead.

lets work that.
well if both failed, that hints to me the fuse blew,
but depends, on how its wired. on the newer jeeps its far more complex 2007 up. TIPM issues tuff.

2005 liberty why are most post on jeeps for this car,? odd. huh?
im the electric guy, that like gears more....

the 05 has 2 fuses, id bet both didnt fail.
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if in canada (you never said) they have wonderous, DRL there.
called Daytime Running Lamps. (makes head lights complex) and fun. LOL
i can guess any of that,
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we check fuse, sure good.
then we scan the BCM got head light errors. yah think?
that is correct, we scan first. in most cases the BCM will
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that means the relay is bad, or the BCM forgot to close it.
yes, BCM;s can messup
or the HL switch failed to tell the BCM you want HIGH.

does the flash high beams mode work (pull stalk to flash)?

recap. and 1 example of how to diagnose. (slow way)
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  2. Scan tool scans shows no HL related or power errors.!!!
  3. HL switch works , BCM input good. for hi beams.
  4. BCM out goes to 0v, (good) High beam command is good)
  5. relay closes, 12vdc across coil good. (from above)
  6. relay out out dead 0v, input 12v ok, relay is bad.
the fast way is to check 5 first (middle of path is fastest)
or swap in a new relay if shop has no tools and simple voltmeter.
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if no DRL, then remove the DRL relay below and bingo yours.

this the DRL setup, go to alldata.com and read. its there.


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