Question about 1994 Jeep Wrangler
My turn signals and brake lights went out so i tested the fuse box and found out the left side had power but the right side did not for any fuses on that side they seem to run to a box on my fender under the hood but i have no idea what that is.
On the buss connector for the turn signal switch with the signal flashing check voltage on the Green-W/trace. Should be intermittent 13.8 V.
1) The Orange at the signal selector buss should have +13.8v all time key is on.
2) Check red w/trace at brake lamp switch, With brake pressed both sides should have +13.8v
(if there is no voltage at above ORANGE we need to check the fuseclips for corrosion, then pull the fuseblock out and check for corrosion on the wires. The buss that feeds those fuses could have some corrosion going on.)
If the turn signal switch fails it will take out the brake lights also, IMHO this will be found to be the culprit in most failures. Gotten allot of water around under the dash?
Posted on May 19, 2009
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