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Old 04-10-2009, 02:09 PM
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headlight trouble

my headlights stopped working (high and low)i have replaced the switch,cleaned the grounds,checked the lights themselves,and fuses but still no lights. what now can someone please point me in the right direction. also the marker lights work just no headlights. thanks mark

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Check the fuse and relay.

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There is no headlight relay, it could possibly a fuse though.
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Old 04-10-2009, 07:11 PM
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where would the fuse for the headlights be found, i don't have an owners manual i have checked the fuses behind the glovebox and don't see one for the headlights. thanks mark
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Old 04-15-2009, 08:12 AM
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i found a 20 amp(maxi fuse) under the hood that was blowen i replaced it but still no headlights any thoughts or guidence on this problem would be great. thanks mark
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Old 04-15-2009, 02:57 PM   #6
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Check to see if it blew again. Mine did that today. I finally found the source. The wires right before the connectors to the back of the headlights were missing some insulation. When i cleaned my engine carp. I moved them and caused them to touch causing a short.
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Old 04-15-2009, 03:30 PM   #7
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uhm im pretty sure the fuse isnt a standard fuse.. i know when i pulled my headlight fuse to do the "brights stay on with factory foglights" mod, the fuse had 4 prongs on it.. my jeep is the older tj, it was located in my glove box.. there are 2, not sure which it is though.. the newer jeeps (01+) i believe is under the hood
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the fuse had 4 prongs on it..
That was a relay, not a fuse.
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That was a relay, not a fuse.
my mistake =p.. could it be a bad relay then?

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LOL you lost me on that one
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There is no headlight relay, it could possibly a fuse though.
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That was a relay, not a fuse.


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What year jeep do you have? Mine is a 2000 sahara, the IOD fuse is located in the engine capartment passenger side in the long black box. it's a 30 amp.
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Hey guy's, Just had the same problem. I have a 2011 Jeep 4 door. I found a 20 amp fuse hooked to the battery was blown. I hope this Is the problem. I have no lights, No Turn Sig. No Whip, front and rear, No Horn, MMMMMMMM

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