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all electrics dead.
that is a dead battery.
surely head lights work they do , key in pocket.
fix head lights first (path) starting with a voltmeter at the battery
12.6vdc is charged, if ok , check the fuses in the engine bay fuse box called the PDC.

Posted on May 03, 2014


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Check fuses, relays and body control modules (in that order.) If necessary get a good wiring diagram and trace systems back to see where shared power is supplied.

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SOURCE: turn signals on my 2004 jeep don't work what to

If one of your bulbs has blown you will get a faster relay click when you activate the indicators. It sounds as though the relay itself could be sticking / broken.

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None of the Eletrical works on Jeep

name some none, pretend we are blind, we , well, are.
on all cars, we start with the head lights.
because, they are hot all the time and are simple.
a lamp, a switch and maybe a relay.
if the HL are out the main fuse is blow it the engine bay fuse box.
or the battery is dead
did you check for 12.6vdc at battery?
or jumper cable start the car, if all lights are dead.
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