I have a 2001 jeep cherokee. One of my rear lights are out. I have replaced the bulbs but it still does not work. I do not have the book or diagram of the inside fuse box to check the fuse. Is there a way I can get a diagram for the fuse box
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Hi, Is that the top rear light on both the left and right rear side or just one side?. If so what is your question? On every car I have ever owned, there was only one light for the brake light on each side.. On some older cars, dual filament bulbs served as both a tail and brake light, and in some cases also the turn signal. Today most cars will have a separate bulb on each side of the car for each function. If you only have a light working on one side, obviously check the other side, both the bulb and the socket. The bulb can be tested with a continuity meter and the socket with a 12DV tester or a dc meter. You will need to have some one hold down the brake pedal when you test the socket. Also, some autos will not have power to the brake light system unless the key is in the run position. Hope I have given you some insight :))