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2001 jeep grand cherokee ,low beams don't work,high beams ok

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SOURCE: 98 Jeep Grand Cherokee, The low beam lights went

If your headlight switch is the type you pull out, left of the sterr column on dash, switches tend to go bad, I replaced mine and only had 50,000 miles. try checking headlight relay in engine fuse box first.
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SOURCE: 97 Jeep Grand Cherokee lights won't work high

Use a test light, or a ohmmeter and check the wires at the wire plug under the dash that go to the multi-function switch thru the steering column cover, you should have continuity between #18 and #19 low beam terminals, if not the switch is bad and will need replaced. it shows how to check this in Haynes 1993 to 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee repair manual #50025 page 12-6. To replace the switch in the column cover, remove the negative battery cable, wait 2 minutes to disarm the air bag system, leave cable disconnected, before removing the column cover.

Posted on Sep 07, 2011

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SOURCE: Jeep grand cherokee low beams don't work, high

It may be the (BCM)=Body Control Module.
Need to run some test to find out ??

Posted on Sep 08, 2011

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SOURCE: 97 Jeep Grand Cherokee V8 Low beams will now work,

Make sure that you are using the head light bulbs for that particular make/model if the bulb number is wrong then the intensity is wrong too. Now a day there are many diffrent numbers of bulbs in the market according to vehicle.

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My low beam is not working ,the bulb is fine the wiring harness is also fine....what gives justyrocks@gmail.com....long live the grand cherokee


The Jeeps have a fuse for both the high and the low beams. Find you fuse panel and check the fuse for the low beam side.

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If your headlight switch is the type you pull out, left of the sterr column on dash, switches tend to go bad, I replaced mine and only had 50,000 miles. try checking headlight relay in engine fuse box first.
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