Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Its telling me service 4wd switch.
what does that mean?

its also telling me rear light failior.
the brake lights work, the back up lights work,the signal lights work,and marker lights work.
but what i did notice is: while the 94 jeep grand cherokee is running and i pull up on the emergency brake, the head lights go off.
whats wrong ?

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  • Cartman777 Apr 03, 2009

    Hi, I have the same problem, change switch in 4x4, and it is still show "service 4DW switch." How many of those left in my 4X4, that I need to change ? ! What are the name/numbers for those switches ? Also could you plz tell me where is the switch for "rear lamp failure" located ? Thank you.

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There is a couple of switches in the 4x4 system that may be at fault. You would need to find out which one at the dealership. You are not supposed to be riding down the road with the ebrake on which is why the headlights go out.

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