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Did you ask the dealer's Service dept to run your VIN number to see if there are any TSB's on your vehicle for this or any other problems.
Chrysler sends out Technical service bulletins to dealers, Where they found a problem with a part, Then sends dealers the info on repairs that will be covered.
93 Jeep Loredos didn't have daytime running lights from the factory. It has to be an after market set up so I would trace wires to power and ground. It probably has a connection to the headlight switch wires through some sort of solenoid.
I'd check the relay and the resistor ...don't have a location for yours but the resistor is always installed into the heater box so it stays cool. you can usually follow the wiring back to the relay as it's generally nearby. Resistor looks like a piece of circuit board material with several wires connected to it with two screws holding it to the heater box so it sits flush except for the wires. It has several coils inside...any that are broken have failed.