Question about 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The bulbs are working fine. I need to replace the light cover
FSM 101 or the parts list. shows this.
the parts list show 2 types.
one in the main lamp. ID 7 in drawing
then the optional bumper fog kit, rear.
so bumper. but since its and option, its not that well covered.
not in fsm i bet. did you look.?
so here is my best guess.
the kit shows NO SCREWS.
so just pry's off
see it here.
or im wrong and you must gain inside access
to trip the plastic locking lever on lamp.
as you see the lens is not SOLD.
Posted on Apr 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem with your tail light is the housing is broken where the socket goes in. If you pull that socket out and look you will see the metal tap will be pushed down and the plastic around that will be broke. Easy fix is to replace the lens but you can get under the metal tap with a small flat tip screw driver and pull up on it very lightly and it should work for awhile.
Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
SOURCE: 98 Jeep Cherokee Fog lights
It's definitely the switch...I bought two of 'em so far...known bug. I don't use the fog lights as much anymore , but the "Airtex" oem equivalent switch from Rockauto seems to be holding up well. If you dissamble your broke switch you'll probably see evidence that it is beginning to melt and theres alot, maybe too much, grease, which may or may not have been the cause of the bad, heating contacts inside switch.
If I remember right, even though the foglights have a relay there is still full amperage going through the switch or something....don't qoute me on that last statement.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
There's a small space behind inside fender. You can get your hand in there to grab and twist the back of the bulb to release it. You need a flashlight.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
The tail lights and the brake/turn lights use the same bulb but, there is 2 filamants in the bulb. One for tail lights and one for brake/turn lights. So just because the brake lights and turn signals work doesn't mean the bulbs are good. If bulbs are good you can check to see if there is power getting to the tail light assy's by unplugging the connector at the assy and using a test light probe the connector (harness side) with the headlights on. If you are getting power to the assy the test light will light. To make sure, turn off the headlights and test light will go off. Hope this is helpful. Good luck.
Posted on May 29, 2009
This is a problem I have been
seeing more and more of lately. The brake light circuit goes through
the Lamp Outage Module (LOM). When the LOM senses a inoperative lamp,
the Vehicle Information Center (VIC) displays the data to the vehicle
Here is how to test the system (clic for zoom):
Check here for more details about the location of Lamp Outage Module (page 16).
Hope helps (remember rated this help) Good luck.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
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