Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Hello rjm.... auto electric problems like this can be the most annoying and the most difficult to find. I suspect that your headlight switch is going south but rather than replace any parts I suggest the following strategy. Go to a local autoelectric repair shop. These are usually listed in the yellow pages. These shops have all of the diagnostic equipment and a data base of wiring diagrams to quickly get to the problem and fix it. Joe
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