Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Bad contact in the wiring - the shocks from the road move the wiring loom and loosen the connector from the lights switch on the steering shaft. To fix it all you normally have to do is to remove the steering shaft shrouds, locate the connector, clean and refit it properly. If this doesn't fixes it then the switch itself is faulty and it will have to be replaced.
If you can't do that yourself then your local repair shop will be able to, no need for an expensive dealer.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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