Question about 1996 Jeep Cherokee Sport
My flashers work but my turn signals are not. I have fixed one electrical problem after another, but this has me confused. I had trouble with the ignition harness after installing a remote starter because of the extra wires in the steering column. After rearranging the wires, I no longer had problems with the ignition switch, but my turn signals stopped working. Could it be the switch or the turn signal flasher? Can anyone help?
Replace you turn signal flasher relay, it should be right by your fuse box or near the brake pedal.(it looks like a solenoid, a cylindrical shape, with 3 prongs on the end) it is attached to a wiring harness that you just have to unplug it from. i couldnt find mine at any auto parts store, had to go to jeep, costs 44 bucks. that should do it
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