Turn signals not working on 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Turn signals not workong on 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Checked fuses under hood and under driver side. Replaced flasher last year. They worked interemident until last week. Then both left and right have stopped.
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i am a mechanic. a customer call me that own a 2001 grand cherokee 4.0 liter inline six cylinder. right and left turn signals did not work, hvac blower and a/c light all not working. thank God after getting the wiring diagram for the #20 10amp fuse i found that the park/neutral switch(located on the driver's side of the transmission) wire harness was damaged. after some black elec tape the problem was solved.
God is awesome!
in your vehicles owner manual, look up fuses, and flasher units or flasher relay. Fuses are normally located under the dash, but when both turn signals quit working it is usually the relay. The relay is located under the hood yours owners manual should show you the location.
checked all fuses even under hood? may have bad signal switch or bad brake light switch yes even if 3rd brake works.also check wiring under rear fender by bumper thats were wire harness is hope this helps.
After checking the fuses I would replace the fuse for the tail lights just to make sure it wasn't a fuse issue and if that doesn't do it I would check the bulbs on both sides to make sure that the bulbs are good.