Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
First I tried soldering the flasher relay. that did not work. I checked fuses, they were goon (no.4 fuse) on panel.I replaced flasher relay. now I have no flasher or turn signals. Are there other fuses I could be looking for?
You need to check the bulbs holders and wiring even a blown bulb will not blow the fuse and an damaged wire or bulb holder will as it will make earth and live go together. there are also fuses for left side and right side turning lights cannot remember rating think they are 10amp.
Posted on Mar 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are two possible locations for the relay.
First in the fuse panel, close to the bottom.
Second, in some models they put the darn thing behind the dash in the center of the car, it's a real pain to get to if it's that one.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
There should also be a unit called the electronic flash module / unit. It should be somewhere under the driver's side dash.. unfortunately I do not know where in particular
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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