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Old 02-25-2011, 06:03 PM   #1
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The other night I was just about to pull in my drive way when all of a sudden, I had no dash lights. All Thats visible at night now is my high beams icon, odometer, and the clock. Its a fuse problem, right? I figure so but I dont have the owners manual so I would appreciate if someone could help. Its a 2003 Wrangler X thanks!

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Did you turn on your blinker before you turned? If I'm not mistaken, the dash dimmer is on that turn signal. Possibly you turned it??

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No, I've messed around with all the controls and it just seems as if they're either burned out or the fuse is blown. They didnt dim or anything as if the bulbs burned out so Im thinking it must be a fuse problem.
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Old 02-26-2011, 08:58 AM   #4
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The other night I was just about to pull in my drive way when all of a sudden, I had no dash lights. All Thats visible at night now is my high beams icon, odometer, and the clock. Its a fuse problem, right? I figure so but I dont have the owners manual so I would appreciate if someone could help. Its a 2003 Wrangler X thanks!
Same thing happened to me yesterday on my 2000 Sahara. The fuse for mine is behind the glove box and it's the top right fuse. It's labeled well, only problem is it immediately blew the replacement fuse on mine. If your problem is the same as mine, then you also have no tail lights or fog lights. I've also been having intermittent turn signal failure for a month or so, replaced the switch & cleaned the terminals but that didn't fix it. I've been looking over a circuit diagram and I'm thinking I may have a bad relay. I don't think it was caused by switching out the signal switch, there's only two connectors to hook up and no wire cutting, so I don't think I caused a new short or ground unless it's happening in the new switch. The rest of your fuses and relays should be between the battery and the air intake if you also have the I6 engine. Also, the fuse that is blowing on mine is a 20amp.
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