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Re: rear lisense plate lights not working
Check the bulbs, it takes a standard interior light "peanut" bulb. usually fits sidemarkers, and tag lights.
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the wiring for that directly coinsides with the tail lamps. if a bulb isnt the issue, the wiring may be cut, or bad sockets. check for voltage with a cheap voltmeter. i know how much of a hassle it is to be pulled over for such a DUMB reason like tag lights...lol, its happened to me!
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Open the trunk. Remove the fabric cover. Remove the ten or so nuts holding the rear lens assembly to the trunk lid. Remove the rear lense assembly from the trunk lid.
There are six bulbs, part number 194, in this lense assembly. Two or the lisence plate and four for the tail lights. I would recommend replacing them all as long as you have it disassembled.
call your local jeep dealer and ask the service person at the service dept, to tell you how to fix this, if they don't, then talk to a person at a auto parts store, most of the time, you can get print outs of the problem.
the light can be replaced from the back side of the light housing . go under the back side of bumper under the truck behind lisence plate you will see the where the wire goes to the light . grab the housing not the wires and twist about a half a turn and pull gently. it should come out and then remove the light bulb and replace with new
Look where the wires go to the lights underneath. Grab the white rubber piece that goes into the light housing and twist 1/4 turn. Then pull. The bulb just pushes into its terminal in the white rubber.