Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I have an intermittent problem, where the flashers will stop working but the hazards will work just fine. it is not just the dash tell tale lights that stop it is the external lights. neither directions work.
The hazards and the flashers are on seperate circuits.When the flashers are working properly you will hear a clicking during operation.If not,check all the bulbs.If both flashers don't work it may be a blown fuse,faulty flasher unit or a loose wire or connection.Probably the flasher unit.Make sure the new one is the same as the old one by comparing the two,On yours,its a combination flasher and hazard unit.It will need to be replaced.its small and cost is minimal.When you do replace the unit,disconnect the neg. cable from the battery.The unit relay may be blue in color.Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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