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2003 jeep liberty headlights stoped working, All lights are dead except for turning signals

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The fuses are blown out

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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I am having problems with my emergency flashers working as well as my parking lights and turn signals. I've replaced fuses but they only work for about 30 seconds after I replace the fuses.


double posted, answered today , backup one.

fuse 34, see that?
login to alldata.com and read the BCM diagnose page.
see fuse 34 , the hot all time fuse to BCM... its blown,

fuses blow to prevent a fire. so do not be tempted to put in a bigger fuse. or you get,. yes, BOOM (4th july)

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The brake lights on a 2003 liberty dont work but the top one does


Double filiments in the brake light bulbs allow brake lights and turn signals to work, it"s possible both your brake light bulbs are burned out even though your turn signal lights still work. The top brake light still works which means electricity is reaching the brake lights.

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Lights not working and need help


sounds like a bad ground in the light system, not likly related to the radio.

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Right turn signal not working on 2003 jeep liberty


change the bulb or you may have a bad flasher unit relay

Sep 26, 2009 | 2003 Jeep Liberty

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Left front turn signal lens cracked.


Check this info KJ-2002-Liberty-Service-Manual-PDF-Secc-08-Electrical-Systems ( 8L-1 page 165 and next) about headlight remove instructions.

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From what I have seen, it looks to be a blown bulb indicator. Check all of your lights to make sure that they are in proper working order including turn signals, park lights, headlights, and tail lights.

Jun 23, 2009 | 2005 Jeep Liberty

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