1991 Jeep Wrangler Fuse Question
I am having problems with my right rear turn signal. The left works fine. I switched out the bulbs and the right turn rear signal still does not work. After reviewing the diagram in the manual it appears I may need to replace a fuse in the fuse panel - the circular one on the upper right? If so... how do you remove the cover? Does it pop off or turn off? Also, if you think it might be another fuse or something else, please send me your suggestions. I am not a mechanic but surely this should be an easy thing to fix. Thanks for your help!!!
Clean the screws that mount the lamp assembly. It supplies ground for the bulb.
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A small wire brush. Make sure you clean the light assemly side too. Check the bulb sockets to make sure there is no corrosion on them. Most of the time there is an issue with the lights it is either the screw or the wrong bulb in the socket.
Originally Posted by Que89YJ View Post
I was having an issue with my turn signals, I opened up the lamp assembly and saw a bunch of rust. After a little time with a wire brush, it's all working much better.
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