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Unread 10-01-2009, 07:43 PM   #1
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Turned on interior light in the backseat now having electrical issue

I was picking up my daughter and she jumped in the backseat and she turned on the overhead light and things got screwy. The interior lights and info center come on and go dim with no rhyme or reason but truck runs fine. Then I shut it off and go to get out and I get this rapid clicking noise coming from under the glove box. When I shut the door it stops making noise and seems fine. I don't have anymore time tonight to look at it, but I wanted to get some ideas because I don't know where to start. Thanks.


1995 ZJ Ltd. 5.2L 46RH
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IRO 3.5"
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