Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
I would double check the fuses before you do anything else. If you
have a multimeter, you should check across the fuse terminals for
continuity. Sometimes a fuse can go bad, but you can't see the break
inside of it. If they all seem good, you can pick up a repair manual
for the Jeep, as it will have the wiring diagrams, along with wiring
color codes in it for the dash lights. These manuals can be purchased
at most auto parts stores for, around $20. A cheap multimeter, or a 12
volt test light can be used to trace out the wiring.
With the manual, and a test light, or meter, you can start checking voltage at the fuse block, and work your way towards the dash lights.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
Make sure the connector at the3 back of the dash is fully inserted and locked, this is a common mistake, check to see if dash light feed has 12 volts when light are turned to brightest setting, also test the dimmer with a test lite.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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