Question about Jeep Cherokee
Don't remember but you can check all of them in under ten minutes with a test light without removing any. Turn the key to the on position and turn the lights on. Probe the small opening on both ends of each fuse with a test light. It should show power on both ends. Change any that don't.
Also check that rear bulb sockets are properly grounded and that the light switch itself is good
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunately, could not find owners manual for 1996.
Website only has models 2004-current
There are two fuse boxes. One under driver compartment usually left to the steering colum. A label is stamp to identify each fuse. I would look at Park Lights and Instrument Cluster fuses. The easy way is to take a flashlight and look at all fuses. If they are all okay. Then just remove the Park Lights and Instrument Cluster fuse and reseat them. The other fuse box is under the hood and near the batter. It also has a label to identify each fuse.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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