Question about 2005 Jeep Wrangler
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did you go off road in the mud or woods?If so the connecting plug where all the connect probably has gotten disconnected.I think it is near or between the fuel tank and rear bumper.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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Both the hazard and the blinker flashers are located on the fuse panel. They pull straight out.
When both turn signals fail, the cause may be a blown fuse, a faulty flasher, a broken turn signal switch or a bad connection.
When you try the turn signals, do they light up and not blink?
-If so, probably the flasher unit.
When you try the turn signals, does nothing happen?
-Check the fuse
Let me know if the problem continues after replacing the flasher.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
check the vacuum line on the right side of the engine. There should be an elbow connector connecting the line to the engine. Does interior fan only come out of the defroster vents by chance?
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
Two things I'd look at there...First, though it does not often happen, I'd check all turn signal bulbs to make sure that one of the filaments have not burned and re-connected themselves to the adjacent one inside the bulb. Second, you will need to do a visual check of the switch itself, to make sure the internal contacts have not melted and are not shorting to each other. Only other quick test is to remove the four way flasher and plug it in where the one for the turn signals is. If the one for the signals is burned, it possibly could do that as well. (both flashers are the same) On an 89, there aren't any "modules" so it's a fairly simple system that should not be difficult to diagnose.
Most turn out to be the switch under the steering wheel. Always make sure that all bulb sockets have a good ground.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
Seating area, driver side, to the upper steering column housing at the top of the steering column, behind the multi-function switch
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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