Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Sounds like you have a bad ground. Remove the lens as if you where going to change to bulb. You will se a black wire coming out of the socket. Use a jumper wire and supply a good ground to that wire. If the lights start to work normally than trace that wire to it's ground and clean that mounting surface or if the wire is open repair it. The other thing that happens is the sockects go bad or corrode. This should be pretty obvious when you you remove the bulb from the socket.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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