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The relay on our 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee was located behind the headlight on the passenger side of the vehicle. technicians at the Jeep dealership that you have
to remove the bumper to get to it OR you can remove the headlight
assembly and drill a hole large enough to get a socket and extension to
the bolts on the relay..removed the headlight and
drilled a 5/8" hole to get to the relay screws.
Why Jeep puts this relay in such a hard place to reach is beside me - - -
other than perhaps they don't want it to be easily customer
replaceable. Argh! Good luck.
You have to get the headlight off, you have to unscrew the top screw which is in the corner closest to the fender, and then there's another screw between the headlight & the front blinker even though there's absolutely no room. You could find no way to get a screwdriver or any other took to fit in there.Do not end up breaking the brackets for the bottom screws on both headlights, but you can keep the headlight staying in with just the top screw. After getting the headlight housing off, you have access to the screws for the blinker housing. It's a lot easier to take off the housing to change the bulb rather than to just pull the wire out & expect to put it back in easily!
Your gonna have to remove the blinker panels to replace the lights. I'm assuming your talking about the clear rectangular blinkers on the front? If so, start with the orange blinkers on the sides, 2 screws, under that blinker will be 2 more screws to remove the mount that holds your blinkers in place. Look around the 4 corners of your headlight, you'll find more screws. Once you've unscrewed everything you'll be able to remove the blinker mount thing (square-ish piece of plastic) and then you should have access to the clear rectangular blinkers on the front. Very easy.