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Blinkers not working

I have a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo and when I flip the switch my blinkers do not work but all of my other lights work. How can this be fixed?

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  • Glenda Spillman Aug 19, 2008

    There are pins in the steering column where the turn signal and emergency flashers plug into the steering column that tend to be pushed back that need to be pushed back so the pins make good contact for them to both work. I would try that before I bought anything new.

  • thearb1 Feb 12, 2009

    i also have a 99 JGC limited and my blinkers work SOMETIMES and i found out when i turn on my flashers, they work, but not when i turn the blinker switch, but as i drive a couple mile they start working again! confusing :S

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    i just purchased my 2010 jeep grand cherokee Laredo 4x4 AWD and it was working fine until i discovered that the lights will not turn off... this car has 31K miles on it and should not have any gremlins.... the lights are completely turned off but the blinker bulbs and tail lights are on still as the driving lights. how can i turn them off?

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    change blinker light rear 2011 jeep grand cherokee

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Flasher and fuses are usually under the dash next to the drivers left knee.
Hope this helps.

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My left turn signal does not work, but the emergency flasher work !!!

is my fix the flasher unit or the turn signal switch ???

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Did you check the bulbs? If one bulb is burned out, the blinkers won't word on that side. You could have one bulb burned out on each side. Start the car, put left signal on. Check front and back lights. Is one light on but not blinking? If that's the case, the light that's not on at all is burned out and has broken the circuit so the good light stays on and won't blink. Check the other side. You also have a 'flasher' , actually 2. One for emergency flashers, one for the turn signals. It could be that the turn signal flasher is shot. You just have to unplug it to remove. It's probably located near the fuses. good luck countrycurt0

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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