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post #1 of 6 Old 04-30-2014, 07:12 AM Thread Starter
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Lights Out!

Hi guys,

So last week my dash lights all went out. Then the next night my rear running lights go out.

Now I'm noticing my L turn signal is blinking super fast.

Is this all a coincidence and I need all new bulbs? Or does this sound like a fuse/wiring issue?

Thanks,

Matt

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post #2 of 6 Old 04-30-2014, 08:40 AM
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Dash lights and running lights are on the same circuit. That way you know to look for trouble on the outside (which you otherwise might not realize) when you are inside. There is a common fuse behind the glove box that can pop.

Fast blink of a turn signal means there is a bulb on that circuit out.

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Dash lights and running lights are on the same circuit. That way you know to look for trouble on the outside (which you otherwise might not realize) when you are inside. There is a common fuse behind the glove box that can pop.

Fast blink of a turn signal means there is a bulb on that circuit out.
Can you tell me which fuse controls the running lights and dash lights?
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Can you tell me which fuse controls the running lights and dash lights?
Don't recall off the top of my head, but there is a guide to fuses in owners manual and there may be sticker on the back/side of the glove box.

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Don't recall off the top of my head, but there is a guide to fuses in owners manual and there may be sticker on the back/side of the glove box.
anyone have an owners manual who can tell which fuse controls the dash lights?
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anyone have an owners manual who can tell which fuse controls the dash lights?
Owners manuals are available for reference on Jeep corporate site.

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