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On my 2004 liberty jeep my left tail light is out but when I. applymy. breaks it works the other lights work on that side.what is wrong

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Make sure the bulbs are all installed correctly. Also if you recently had a tow package installed it could be wired wrong or have a short

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did you check the appropriate fuse?

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SOURCE: Jeep Liberty Left Rear Turn Signal Not Working

sounds like the bulb you have is the wrong resistance the new noen bulbs will do this

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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So you already have the screws out. You simply have to pull it out. It probably have a small plug or *** on the back side to help hold it in place. YOu can pull the unit fairly hard on it with out breaking it, just be firm with it and it should come right out. I'm not sure about the 3rd light, how it is mounted as well. Are you just changing the light bulb in it or changing the cover? If your just changing the bulb or cover you should just be able to take the screws out of the cover and use a small screwdriver to gnetly pry it off.

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SOURCE: Tail break lights don't work. Window break light does work however. Bulbs have been replaced.

Check the brake light fuse. The high mounted brake light (third brake light) is on a different circuit than the brake lights. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: i drive a jeep liberty renegade 2005 model break and tail lights

check brake switch under brake pedal... if not working change it..

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My left side tail light doesn't work after changing the lamp. Jeep 2007 - Commander


it worked before the change out?
there are 3 things that are first. on advance electronics, cars. like this. 2007 is 1st year, of wild complexity.
  1. check fuses first. MIP fuse #8,9,10 (8 is left) check that?
  2. check action of park relay
  3. check for trailer wiring hacks (do you have factory hitch option?)
  4. and scan the PCM , do you see any park fail DTCs'
DTCs are system errors.
that is first.
next if not solved, we look in the FSM for that chapter, and the schematics, to see how its is structured. (varies by year, car)

FSM JEEP XK 2007 (book)
factory service manual.

left side rear tail (park) (tail is old name , car has many park lamps now , not just 1 or 2 tails like in the old days.
so it park and the relay of same name.
there are front parking lights too... do those all work>?

my guess, is you didnt check fuses first.
am i right?
fuse 8 is blown?
but that takes out front left park
and left side marker (park ) lamps too.
so did you look at all left park lights first>?

i bet not, if im wrong then you do have wiring errors.
or the new lamp from china is shorted inside, (common)
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My tail light left side dont work but works when I applied the break 2004liberty jeep


loose connection some were or you have lost the grounding to that tail light. sometimes it't within the tail light itself.

Dec 05, 2014 | 2004 Jeep Liberty

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2004 Jeep Liberty left tail light, left front parking light, and license plate light not working. Replaced all bulbs and number 7 fuse. Any ideas?


sure, do you have 12vdc to the lamp, in park?
if not work to the source , the relay that the operates that.
alldata.com has the schematic.

fact 1, license plate feed runs off left park.
fact 2, the park relay feed both left and right park fuses and lamps.
so, fuse 7 is left, and fuse 9 is right.
did you only just look at the fuse, and proclaim, good.
or use a voltmeter? or use ohms to test fuse 7, oops
fuses that look good, can be bad. 0 ohms good, infinity is bad.

use volts, is there 12vdc on both sides if fuse 7,>?
yes, then fuse is good, parks turned on.
no, the output side of fuse 7 is 0v. so fuse is blown
if input is dead, the relay is bad, but how can it , if right works, answer.
it cant be bad.
so what is the voltage all the way from the fuse to the lamps.
id bet, (fuse good an voltage good at fuse 2 sides) that the line is open. cut wire, corroded connector.

the BCM turns the relay on, this part works.
so.... its just a break in this simple copper path.

use a voltmeter, it will not lie to you, trust it./

Apr 05, 2014 | 2004 Jeep Liberty

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Brake lights dont work but the third one up top does. Changed the bulbs and checked the fuses already


Check to see if you have power going back to the lights on the brake side. If you do the the bulb sockets for any burn marks. If they have traces of burn marks, replace the sockets. You may also have warpped tail light housings breaking contact. This was a issue with the 1999-2004 Grand Cherokees. Hope this helps.

Best of luck

Jun 17, 2010 | 2003 Jeep Liberty

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Hi, i own a jeep liberty 2004. The brake lights work but when it's dark and i have my low beam lights in front switched on, my left break light will not light up, the right brake light will do. I switched...


The rear light assemblies need to be removed and the replaced. The filaments have either melted together or the wrong ones installed at some point. Let me know if you need anything else.

Apr 17, 2010 | 2004 Jeep Liberty

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I drive a jeep liberty renegade 2005 model break and tail lights


check brake switch under brake pedal... if not working change it..

Dec 30, 2009 | 2005 Jeep Liberty

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Left tail light does not work i put a new bulb in and still dont work i plug the whole assembly in on the right side and it works


Must be a broken wire. You'll have to trace it back using a test light, and probing every foot or so, until you find power.

Nov 15, 2009 | 2004 Jeep Liberty

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Replacing tail light on Jeep Liberty


So you already have the screws out. You simply have to pull it out. It probably have a small plug or *** on the back side to help hold it in place. YOu can pull the unit fairly hard on it with out breaking it, just be firm with it and it should come right out. I'm not sure about the 3rd light, how it is mounted as well. Are you just changing the light bulb in it or changing the cover? If your just changing the bulb or cover you should just be able to take the screws out of the cover and use a small screwdriver to gnetly pry it off.

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Jeep Liberty Left Rear Turn Signal Not Working


sounds like the bulb you have is the wrong resistance the new noen bulbs will do this

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