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My 95 Jeep YJ with 60,000 original miles has had a problem with headlights and dash lights turning off afer the bright have been illuminated. If we don';t use the brights the lighting system works fine. My neighbor just bought a 95 yj and has the same problem. What is the solution to this problem?

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  • hensen779 Sep 15, 2009

    Thanks I had done all that a long time ago. Someone else suggested replacing both headlamps and that fixed it fine.

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I also have a 95 yj and mine did the same thing just replace both headlight and it will be fine.
if u look in light and u see a dark spot in the beam then its that light but replace them both anyways not expensive at all..

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Many possible solutions
Check and/or replace
-fuse
-dimmer switch
-head light switch
-grounds

Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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