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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just in case you haven't got this fixed already, I just noticed on my 93, the cable from the vacuum control, (the cone shaped device on the passenger side near the coolant overflow ) was sitting against the tubes from the ac compressor, it had started to melt from me using the ac, if it melts through I am not sure if it would cause a vac leak, but if it did, you would only be able to detect it with the cruise on, not easy to check with the vehicle parked. I used a couple of cable ties to secure it away from the tube..not sure if you can tape around it to fix if it has melted.
just thought I would throw it into the mix.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
Not a solution for the problem exactly but to the person who pulled his fuse for the dome lamps, all you need to do is turn the interior lights off at the turn signal switch next time. I'm going to have my wiring repaired tomorrow. Thanks for the info.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
Check this link & scroll down to your engine. Click on picture to expand.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
i have a 2002 jeep grand cherokee i had the same problem when i would apply my brakes when the headlights were on my brake lights would go out, i found that my bulbsocket was not making good contact with the socket housing, if you notice when you take off a bulb, look at the light fixture where you unscrewed your breaklight bulb you will notice 3 medal contacts-they should be silver in the socket housing and like a copper on the socket bulb, in the socket housing their should be 2 silver contacts together and 1 by itself the one that looks by itself is making bad contact with the copper one thats by itself on the bulb, what you can do for a quick fix is; get a small piece of low cage wire or a thin piece of metal like copper stick that in to the bottom or top of that metal contact--i did it through the bottom leave the wire or piece of medal sticking out enough for where it can get contact with the bulb (just a little wire is enough to make contact, now screw the bulb on and test it---it will work----i did it to mine, if you need more assistance let me know firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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