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02-03-2007 07:51 AM
blkNyellow ok, so i got a chance to take a better look at everything last night, i bought a new headlight switch and was putting it in, and as soon as i pulled the dash panel off i saw my problem. someone had spliced the hot wire for the foglights to a wire going to the headlight switch and the splice had been pulled apart inturn cutting the wire going to the switch. so i re-spliced the wire and now everything works fine. i went ahead and put the new switch in neways since i was already there. thanks for all the help guys
02-01-2007 06:42 AM
blkNyellow
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Originally Posted by affende View Post
x2 the lead for the parking lights can go bad, but the lead for the headlights might still work.

check all the voltages at the socket and see if you are getting any power there ... as amerijeep already stated.

I appreciate it, and hopefully i'll get a chance to check into it some more tonight or this weekend. thanks for the help/info
01-31-2007 11:22 PM
affende
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Originally Posted by binaryking View Post
Even though the parking light fuse looks good, I would still replace it just to make sure. Also, the switch is on the dash. It is a two position switch, first for parking lights, then for parking and headlamps. It is a possibility that the switch for the parking lights has died but the position for the headlamps could still work. Just a thought.
x2 the lead for the parking lights can go bad, but the lead for the headlights might still work.

check all the voltages at the socket and see if you are getting any power there ... as amerijeep already stated.
01-31-2007 11:12 PM
binaryking Even though the parking light fuse looks good, I would still replace it just to make sure. Also, the switch is on the dash. It is a two position switch, first for parking lights, then for parking and headlamps. It is a possibility that the switch for the parking lights has died but the position for the headlamps could still work. Just a thought.
01-31-2007 08:23 PM
amerijeep Yeah, a few. But hopefully it'll be easy.
01-31-2007 08:19 PM
blkNyellow i'm located in raleigh north carolina, that does sound like a start. thanks, after i try it i'll post up and let you know if it works, do you have any other thoughts if that doesn't work
01-31-2007 08:13 PM
amerijeep Pull all the bulbs out and turn on the parking lights. Meter each socket and see if you get 12 volts on each one.... That would be a good start, I'm thinkin'.

Where you at? If you happen to be close to me, I'll give you a hand.
01-31-2007 08:11 PM
amerijeep I had somethin' similar goin' on recently actually. I ended up havin'a whole load of water inside my front marker lense. Have you pulled each bulb out and inspected it? I really think you have a dead short somewhere. There's a bunch that can cause that, including a bad bulb.
01-31-2007 08:02 PM
blkNyellow
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Originally Posted by amerijeep View Post
Do you know how to use a meter? I think it would be nearly impossible to tell you how to troubleshoot that, but I'm sure we can give you some good leads.
a volt meter?? yes give me some idea's. i just don't undersand b/c everything else works but the parking lights. any idea's or thought would be helpful
01-31-2007 07:47 PM
amerijeep Do you know how to use a meter? I think it would be nearly impossible to tell you how to troubleshoot that, but I'm sure we can give you some good leads.
01-31-2007 07:40 PM
blkNyellow
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Originally Posted by AzTJ View Post
might be the light switch. Donno if it on the dash or in the colum in 2000... if its on the dash its not too expensive and pretty easy to replace.

But check the connections on the lights first, make sure they have bulbs in there as well.
they have bulbs b/c the brake lights, and turn signals work. when you say the light switch, your talking about the thing you pull to turn them on??? the head lights work though?
01-31-2007 07:03 PM
AzTJ might be the light switch. Donno if it on the dash or in the colum in 2000... if its on the dash its not too expensive and pretty easy to replace.

But check the connections on the lights first, make sure they have bulbs in there as well.
01-31-2007 06:55 PM
blkNyellow
Help!! no parking lights

have a 2000 wrangler sport, my girlfriend just bought it and the parking lights don't work, the brake lights, turn signals, head lights all work, but the parking lights don't. i checked the parking light fuse behind the glove box and it was good and replaced the exterior lightning 40A fuse under the hood and they still don't work. put new bulbs in too. what can it be, any thoughts???

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