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04-21-2013 04:16 PM
BLK00TJ Glad you got it worked out. Now top off the blinker fluid!
04-21-2013 04:14 PM
Jeeper2003 Turns out, the new switch was defective. Jeep is back in business
04-21-2013 01:14 PM
Jeeper2003
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Originally Posted by BLK00TJ View Post
Got blinker fluid filled up?







Sorry. Couldn't resist.
I wish it was as easy as filling blinker fluid
This is driving me crazy!!!
04-21-2013 12:57 PM
Lando25
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Originally Posted by Jeeper2003 View Post
Ok, so here's what I've done so far today... Took off by rear light guards as some say I may lose a ground. I replaced all the bulbs, replaced the relay on the switch, and what I found was I had a blown fuse at the msw fuse under the hood. As soon as I put in a new 20a fuse, it popped again. Can't figure out what is causing this, I have a short somewhere and have no idea where. I'm stumped

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Russ
There's another fuse behind the glove box in my 02. Not sure if its in your 03, but its worth a shot.
04-21-2013 12:47 PM
BLK00TJ Got blinker fluid filled up?







Sorry. Couldn't resist.
04-21-2013 12:43 PM
Jeeper2003 Ok, so here's what I've done so far today... Took off by rear light guards as some say I may lose a ground. I replaced all the bulbs, replaced the relay on the switch, and what I found was I had a blown fuse at the msw fuse under the hood. As soon as I put in a new 20a fuse, it popped again. Can't figure out what is causing this, I have a short somewhere and have no idea where. I'm stumped

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Russ
04-20-2013 09:00 PM
ChaddG relay?
plug behind the dash somewhere?
my only two guesses
04-20-2013 08:11 PM
Jeeper2003
Blinker lights not working at all!

Hello everyone! I am trying to figure out an issue I've been having with my 03 jeep rubicon. For some time now, I had a turn signal switch that appeared to be going bad. It would touch the knob barely, and it would light up my fog lights, and then when I would jiggle it they would go off. I assumed this was going bad and decided to change the switch. So today I went out and started my jeep, and the battery was dead. Just assumed the switch was on, as I disconnected my lights. I went to autozone for a new switch, and installed it. Now I have no turn signals at all. The signals worked up until I switched this out. I checked the fuse in the glove compartment and not burned out. Haven't checked turn signal bulbs yet, but the dash doesn't light up at all when the signal is turned either way. If I push down the hazard button I get nothing either. I'm stumped and could really use some assistance!!! I don't know what to do next

I appreciate any assistance or knowledge you can help with!

Thanks!

Russ

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