Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I just had this problem! I actually replaced the brake light switch, which is located up and under the dash by the brake. It cost only about 12 bucks at Autozone and is really easy to install. I sugguest plenty of lights and a small flat tip screw driver. Also, I cleaned all of my lights contacts in the rear light assembly with a metal file. Once I did all of this and checked my fuses voila!!! Lights! I hope this helps, it worked for me and I estimated it saved me about $250 bucks including labor at the local rip-off chrysler dealership.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
Yes there is a switch located somewhere by the prake pedal. Go to your local auto parts store and they should be able to help you find the switch location.
Hope this helps
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