Turn signals and ac stopped working at the same time
My turn signals suddenly stopped working today on my 99 grand cherokee laredo. i checked the fuse and it was fine. the funny thing is that the emergency lights work just fine. all bulbs are working fine and an even stranger thing is that the ac stopped working also.
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If you have any extra fuses, try replacing the ones for the head lights and tail lights. Make sure the fuses you replace are the same color as the ones you replace them with, that way the voltages are the same. Another issue is that a flasher could be going out.
Mine just went out this past week and found the flasher/hazard fuse inside the glove compartment under the plate with the pull cord to access.The 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo AWD part# on the fuse and called to confirm with a Jeep dealer is:
56007243 and appx. 44.00 from the dealer, may be able to get from an auto store as well.
Good luck if it is the fuse box you were looking for.
hi I have a 98 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo.just turned over 200k miles too. the ac/heater blower just stopped working. I have replaced the resister, but no change. any other ideas? where would the relay be? and could this be the porblem? i need help!!
It sounds like the multifunction switch on the column has gone bad or there is a short somewhere in that circuit. If you noticed, all of those lights and flashers are controlled by the stalk and switches on the steering column, this assembly may need to be replaced if it has gone bad, but you will need to get it diagnosed at a shop to find out if it is in fact bad or if it is just not getting power to it from the circuit, this can be further tested by checking if the fuse itself is getting power to it in the first place.