Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I don't know how much it costs, but there are 2 ways to replace it. The right way, which involves taking off both headlamps, the grille, the grille support, the bumper cover and some big support bracket for the bumper cover. And then there's the easy way. Remove the right headlamp housing and right about the middle of the cover underneath where the housing was, smack it with the ball end of a ball peen hammer (no joke). Now you should be able to see where the relay is (it bolts to the frame or bumper or something). Smakck it again directly above the relay and remove it. If you're careful with this, the hole should be covered up by the headlamp housing when you put it back.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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