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I have a 96 jeep cherokee sport. My headlights and marker lights won't work. However, everything else does. I have changed the multiswitch, headlight switch and the relay, still now lights. I'm lost.

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  • meharned Aug 29, 2010

    I should have mentioned that I checked all the fuses both inside and under the hood. Lights all appear okay too.

  • meharned Aug 29, 2010

    I have a 96 jeep cherokee sport. No headlights, no marker lights. I have changed both the headlight switch, and the multiswitch, also the relay, and all fuses check out ok, lights appear okay too. Could this be something like the drl or the bcm module?

  • meharned Aug 31, 2010

    Thank you,
    that is the correct answer. the harness under the air cleaner has corroded and broken wires.

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HI!!

fOLLOW THIS WIRING DIAGRAM, CHECK FUSES, AND MOST IMPORTANT, BROKEN WIRES OR LOOSE CONNECTIONS. CHECK FOR 12V POWER ON EVERY SOCKET. I BELEIVE YOUR PROBLEM IS A LOOSE, CORRODED OR BROKEN GROUND WIRE.



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Check fuses check all lights,even if they dont need replace replace them look under hood there is a black box chek the breakes chek fuse under dash I know this is a headache,check with friends they may have had simalar problems,call Auto-Zone,they may be able to help.

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