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Old 04-08-2007, 02:04 AM
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90 Electrical Problems

I have a problem with my jeep. Whenever I turn on my headlights none of my lights in the rear work including my signals. When I dont have the headlights on the brake lights work, but when I use the signals both of them come on at the same time only in the back. If someone could please help me with a possible solution?
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Old 04-08-2007, 09:36 AM   #2
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You have a crossed wire, or have the wrong bulb in one or more sockets. have you replaced any of the bulbs lately?


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check for some poor grounding, or some loose connections. this are the most common causes why headlights, jeep turn signal won't work. a burned bulb should also be replaced with a new one.
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you might want to check your turn signal fluid. Sometimes it can give you all kinds of problems...AH nevermind!!!! I can't pick on the new guy. I would definately look at you bulbs if you have replaced one lately. Putting them in wrong can make things weird.
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When u do find out the problem it wouldn't hurt to put some dielectric grease on the contacts..
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