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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the tiny little marker lights that are in the side of the taillights. I don't know why, but if even one of those little bulbs doesn't work, you'll have no reverse lights either.
I fought with my Cherokee for a while before finding the culprit. If the engine starts in Park or Neutral, the neutral safety switch is just fine.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
-Looks like couple answer to your problem already. But anyway
let's try this:
-Take a close look in the electrical schematic in its repair manual. How many components does that fuse supply power to it.?
-Now you know . Let's test one at a time. follow it's specification on the repair manual. You should be able to identify which one use too much power that not suppose to and replace it.
Posted on Dec 29, 2014
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