Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I had the same trouble with my 98 cherokee and found the solution online. There is a circuit board in the domelight that can be unplugged, I haven't got a clue as to the relationship between the two but when I unplugged the circuit board my cluster immediately came back and has worked perfectly since.Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 20, 2012
As the person said check the dome light. If that doesn't solve the issue then start look for a bad ground. You will not and probably never need a new cluster. Other ground area's are (1) the battery [there is a ground there and far too often people overlook it...corrosion and simply loose connection...the ground wire I am referring is not the main ground but the little black wire running from the battery usually to the body] (2) make sure all your immediate sensors plug in are tight and (3) what will also case deed issues is the starter.
Posted on Jul 25, 2013
You may need a new cluster. some grand cherokees use the bcm body control module to control the cluster.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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