Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Ok, the dash does not show the blinker is on, did you check the front and back to see if any of the turn signals were on, but not blinking? Also the side marker lights should light up if the turn signals aren't working, do they? Let me know. Next check the fuse box, it's on the driver side, under the dashboard. The fuses will be labeled, check the fuse for the turn signals.
Check to see if it"s blown. If it is, or you aren't sure, replace it with one of the same amperage (the # of amps is on the fuse). The fuses can just be pulled out to check them. If you still don't have working blinkers, go back to the fuse block under the dash. There are 2 round canister shaped units plugged into the fuse block. One of them is the turn signal flasher. They are about the diameter of a quarter, and a bit over an inch thick. If your emergency flashers are working, unplug one of the flashers. If they don't work after unplugging one, then you just unplugged the emergency flasher, so the other one is the turn signal flasher. Replace with a new one, identical to the old one. Let me know when you have followed all these instructions and what happens. countrycurt0
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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