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With the switch on you should have power to the other terminals if not you need to replace the switch. Do some google on it also. Posts: 46,014 My Photos 1989 xj sport 2dr Cherokee Engine: 746 volvo injectors Transmission: 5speed 2000 nv3550 Transfer Case: 231 sye 2000 tj Front Axle: dana30 410s Rear Axle: 8.25 29 jmoyet 3,030 views 1:56 Jeep Dash Removal - Duration: 9:10. navigate here

This jeep has been ours since new, but does have 193,000 miles on it- very, very little off road. Luckily it's a very easy swap that only takes a few minutes. pearsonba350 9,110 views 8:57 2000 Cherokee Sport head lamp light switch replacment - Duration: 11:02. Does anyone have either a manual and can describe which ones to check or photograph of the PDC so I can track it down? 06-12-2008, 08:14 AM #5 richp

1997 Jeep Wrangler Headlight Switch

Any ideas? I could not get the fuse connector out, so I jumper ed around and put an in line fuse in. Exposes the jam nut to undo the switch from dash. Bear that in mind.

next big upgrade will for sure be the steering then maybe an Aussie locker or something of the sort. and Mich. Hope you have a multimeter..... 1998 Jeep Wrangler Headlight Switch Fix: Take the block off the firewall and check for corrosion, dirt, or dried mud.

What is happening is that the impedance in the system has changed to outside the design specifications. Headlights not working!? « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests) Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search this Thread Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. http://community.cartalk.com/t/1998-jeep-wrangler-head-lights/83998 Sunny Sharif 10,335 views 7:07 How I Stuffed 37" BFG Tires on a Stock Jeep Wrangler JKU - NO LIFT KIT! - Duration: 15:56.

Please try again later. 98 Jeep Wrangler Fuse Diagram Brights work fine, but no heads/rears. UPDATE: I found out that the headlamp delay module controls your headlights by way of the ignition switch. If you catch it early, the fix could be as easy as replacing the blower motor.

1999 Jeep Wrangler Headlights Not Working

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permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]Mykal_ 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(4 children)It's the headlight switch. 1997 Jeep Wrangler Headlight Switch Thanks for all the comments and suggestions. Jeep Wrangler Headlights Dont Work I have lights and the factory switches work!

If you're not a technician or engineer of some kind, you missed your calling. http://camtronics.net/jeep-wrangler/2001-jeep-wrangler-headlights-not-working.html Cougar 2014-03-02 21:52:36 UTC #6 From what you have stated so far about the issue I would suspect something with the relay part of the circuit is causing the problem. Our site is specifically designed for you and it's a great place for Jeep Fans to meet online.Once you join you'll be able to post messages, upload pictures of your jeep, carquestions 58,949 views 6:49 Loading more suggestions... Jeep Wrangler Headlight Switch Problem

From +12 volts first there's a 30 amp fuse, then a 24 Amp circuit breaker, then the headlight switch, then the headlight dimmer switch, then the headlight(s) itself. Affected Model(s): Primarily CJ models, but all mid-1990s and earlier could see these issues Cause: Over the years, dust, mud, and water can get into the back of the firewall electrical Bad Instrument, Bad Ground Symptom: Loss of gauges, loss of lights, loss of function of dash-mounted devices (gauges, lights, switches, etc.) Affected Model(s): All Cause: The dashboard ground is important to his comment is here Indeed, it may be looked upon as the basis of human society.

Register FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search Vendor DirectoryvBLive Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go 1999 Jeep Wrangler Headlight Switch It could very well be located in the power panel under the hood. It would help if we knew if he has daytime running lamps as the wiring diagram shows that too.

He said he replaced the switch already.I would say it is the relay if it does have one.Jerry are you sure the other relay beside the fog light relay isn't for

Either bend the tab so it is further away, use a bungee cord to hold the pedal up when not in use, or buy a new brake assembly. Plug in your new switch, hook you battery and test your system. I had a blinker wire go bad because of corrosion. Jeep Wrangler Headlights Wont Turn On wesw 2014-03-04 01:59:38 UTC #10 thanks.

Best of all it's totally free! Stillraining1 11,304 views 11:02 Headlight troubles part 3 - Duration: 8:57. Is it normal for the headlight switch to go out? weblink It is doable.

The way I follow it, power comes from the battery, through a 30 amp fuse in the PDC (picture in earlier posts), then to the headlight switch, then the dimmer switch, X2 - headlight switch __________________ 2000 Grand Cherokee Ltd 4.7L 45RE AWD QD-II 1999 Cherokee Ltd 4.0L AW4 NP242 1997 Wrangler Sport 4.0L 5spd 1988 RamCharger 5.2L Auto 03-26-2011, 06:53 Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... Topless wheeling contributes to these problems.

permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]TransientSon[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)Was not the fuse or headlight switch. Over the many years we've been doing this, and the many Jeeps we've been doing it with, we have come across our fair share of electrical demons and figured we'd bring And seeing all of your cars wiring issues, I'm putting all of my bets on that one. Been thru the meltdown, got the tshirt, don't want to go on that ride again.

just be careful to disarm the airbag first. 11-26-2011, 02:09 PM #14 Sardog Newb Join Date: Nov 2011 Posts: 2 I'm having a similar problem with my 1999 Loading... All factory issues and info go here! That was the next step in troubleshooting.