Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee
Before replacing the flasher does the hazards work, Try wiggling the turn signal lever up and down and back and forth with the key on and the lever in each position. If the blinkers or hazards start flashing you'l need a multifuntion switch. This isnt a definative test if you get nothing you may have a blown fuse. As fas as the flasher goes, go buy one and then you will know what it looks like.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
Blinkers work, driver side hazard flasher works but NONE of the others work. I have been told by 3 auto parts stores that I need to replace the flasher relay which NO ONE can seem to locate. I do not have the manual and I am trying to locate where the flashing relay is located. Is that the same thing as the multifuntion switch? Where are either of these located for a 1998 Jeep Cherokee Limited?
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