Question about 1997 Jeep Cherokee
Fuses look good and I don't think these two sets of lights are on the same wire, where should I start looking? I have the same problem. 1997 jeep cherokee dash and taillights not working. I was told it might be the instrument cluster, I got one off of ebay and tried replacing it but still didn't work and problem didn't change, no dash no taillights.
I'm going to suggest you check two things.
The first, obvious, thing to check would be both fuse panels. One in the vehicle, the second under the hood, and SHOULD be located in a box, near the battery.
Secondly, look for any ground that may have broken free, or the ends may be corroded.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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