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Re: 1993 yj jeep from BC.
Often, one bulb goes out, you don't notice, then when the other goes out, someone finally tells you! Check for power and good ground at lights (don"t forget... someone has to step down on brake or there will be no power there!!) If no power, check fuse and brake light switch. In general wiring does not go bad often enough to be of concern.
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Since tail lights are not part of the brake switch, I wouldn't think so. This sounds more like a bad fuse or some other fault. Do either of the turn signals work? Are the turn signals a part of the brake lights or are they independent?
Find the pin switch on the front of the drivers side door jam, check the back side of the switch, (near the E brake pedal) make sure the plug is attached. It just plugs in. It is easy to plug and unplug the wiring to this switch on the YJ's so you can drive with the doors off and not worry about your interior lights being on and draining the battery when the engine is off.
sounds like your ECM might be bad. Is there anything else that will turn on besides the lights? It could just be a main fuse. I'd start at the interior fuses if any and then go to the main fuse block and check for any loose wires or blown fuses first.
I also have a 95 yj and mine did the same thing just replace both headlight and it will be fine.
if u look in light and u see a dark spot in the beam then its that light but replace them both anyways not expensive at all..
Id look at the headlight switch and do some voltage tests to see whats coming out of there. Pay close attention to any wires which look like someone was in there already.People can mess stuff up faster and better than the vehicle can by itself!