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I have a 01 grand cherokee the brake light bulbs keep burning out someone told me there is computer board behind the tail light that you can access from inside the hatch that some times fails is this true

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When you install the new bulbs, are you applying di-electric gel? It keeps moisture out, which I think is the problem

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I have a 99 Jeep Grand Cherokee Loredo 4x4. I have headlights, blinkers, flashers, but I DO NOT have break lights or running (rear) lights. Any suggestions. Can't afford to hire someone to look. I was told...


Have you checked the fuse, there is fuse for just the tail lamps. If it was isolated to brake lights only, I would suggest the switch attached to the brake pedal.

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How to fix my right brake light and fast moving turn signal on my 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee?


The most likely problem is two burned out light bulbs. A burned out tail/stop lamp on the right side and a burned out brake lamp on the left. If you have already replaced the bulbs, then yes, the circuit boards are the next most likely cause of the problem.

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Left brake light doesn't work


  • First, remove tail light or gain access to bulb from behind.
  • Using a voltmeter to check for voltage and proper ground at the socket.
  • If power and ground are correct replace the bulb. (3157 bulb)
  • If the problem is ground you can run a new wire to a nearby piece of bare metal to provide a new ground.

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My left brake tail light doesnt work. It works only when my lights are off, but when my lights are on and I hit the brakes... it doesnt function. Ive taled to the dealership about this and they said I need...


They are right. The bulb has 2 filaments. One for the brake and one for the running light. One of the filaments has burned out. You only need to replace the bulb. The bulbs are inexpensive. It's just a maintainence thing. Not to worry all light bulbs burn out eventually. It's an easy fix.

Dec 29, 2010 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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My 2004 jeep grand cherokee's drivers side brake light goes out when i press the brakes with the head lights on but it. it works normal when the head lights are not on. any suggestions


I would suggest that you take a look here (I used this to correct brake-light issues on my '01):

http://www.topix.com/forum/autos/jeep-grand-cherokee/T63DRCOTUFKMHQ207

Many Grand Cherokees have had this type of issue. The thread is lengthy, but does cover just about every type of issue known with the tail/brake lights.

Dec 07, 2009 | 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Just bought my 94 jeep cherokee & the screen in the middle consol continues me beep and flash ''rear lamp failure''


the driver information center(DIC) is telling you one or more of your rear light bulbs has failed. it could be a tail light,stop light,center high mount stop light,turn signal or license plate light. have someone in the vehicle turn the lights on and hit the brakes and turn signals so you can see which one is burned out.

Nov 06, 2009 | 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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2003 jeep grand cherokee brake lights replacement


Remove screws for lens. You may have to access them from inside the hatch. Then pull out lens, then turn and pull out bulb and socket, Push and turn then pull bulb out.

Sep 12, 2009 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Tail lights work, but not one brake light when braking at night.


2001 jeep grand cherokee left brake does not work period. I replaced bulb to no avail. the entire tail lamp assembly looked brown as though it heated up. However, the tail light, signal light and back-up lights still work. Please help.
Mike.

Sep 03, 2009 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Left Tail Light not coming on


Sounds like one of two possibilites, the light itself may be a double filiament meaning there is one bulb which does both tail light and brake. One of the filiaments in the bulb could be burned out, try changing the bulb. If not that, then the realy might be damaged which gives power to the tail light. It's a bit of a bigger problem to diagnose.

Dec 17, 2008 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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No tail lights or brake lights


Check the relays associated with the tail lights, I believe that the tail light relay and the turn signal relay are two different entities. Hopefully that helps.

Jul 08, 2008 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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