Question about 1999 Jeep Wrangler
Hazard flashers also stop working when brake pedal is depressed. The right turn signal works properly. Flashers and turn signal begin to flash again after brake pedal is released.
There is a ground problem, most likely in the tail unit itself, but a ground problem is hard to find and easy to fix. reground the system, the turning unit, and the problem should stop. About the hazards, I don't know...... some times in older cars, that is the way it works. because the brake and hazard element in the bulb is the same and the old cars used a break in the power, but the new cars use a break in the ground. any way, chase the ground down first, it is usually the cause.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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