Question about 1994 Jeep Cherokee Country
I checked all fuses and all are fine. I then fiddled with the headlight switch and noticed that I can get the tail lights and dash lights to work - but only when I pull the headlight switch out part way and even then it is very sensitive - so they only stay on if you are very careful to get the switch in just the right position. When I pull out the switch all the way for the head lights then the tail lights and dash lights turn off. I then replaced the headlight switch and the problem still exists!! Now I have no clue what to check for next. I have searched the net and found others with this same problem - but I have not yet found anyone with a solution.
Its like you have bad fues box
Posted on May 12, 2012
Check with a dealer and see if your vehicle uses a body or lighting control module...These usless items are being used more and more, and causing all anticipated problems excessive electronics can cause, when used for "updating" time-proven working systems by "engineers". Otherwise, check plug on harness to make sure that connectors are clean and not melted or burned.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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