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post #1 of 8 Old 01-28-2009, 03:30 PM Thread Starter
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Part Number for Light Switch?

I need a part number or where I can get a light switch for a 99 TJ. Not the column mounted one but the dash mounted one with the pull/push light switch. All my gauge lights are out and all the wires seem to be fine so Im guessing it's somethign internal on the switch.

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You've checked the fuses, right?

SWITCH, Headlamp 56009869AB

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which fuses need to be checked? Any under hood?
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which fuses need to be checked? Any under hood?
Under the hood in the PDC and, more likely, the fues behind the glove box inside the vehicle. A $10 Radio Shack meter is a great investment for this kind of thing.

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if i remember correctly there aren't any fuses for the '99, switch has a circuit breaker built into it, i recently put a switch in for a friend got it from quadratec worked well. i think it was $45 shiped
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if i remember correctly there aren't any fuses for the '99, switch has a circuit breaker built into it, i recently put a switch in for a friend got it from quadratec worked well. i think it was $45 shiped
Incorrect.. There are fuses for the headlights.
There is also a 24 amp circuit breaker built into the headlamp switch.
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How do you reset the circuit breaker?
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post #8 of 8 Old 01-29-2009, 01:43 AM
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Incorrect.. There are fuses for the headlights.
There is also a 24 amp circuit breaker built into the headlamp switch.
Fixed it. Fuse 1 in the glove box fuse panel works the marker and dash lamps. The circuit breaker is not for that circuit, it's only for the dip/main beam lights. Fuse 1 (fuse box) gets power from fuse 4 (PDC). fuse 4 also supplies fuse 2 in the fuse box (stop lamps). The dip/main headlamps get power from fuse 10 in the PDC which goes to the circuit breaker in the headlamp switch.
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I'd pull fuse 1 from the panel behind the fuse box and check it properly if you've not already pulled it. If the fuse is OK you may have a problem with the head lamp switch, or the wiring from the fuse panel to the switch. Check for live at the tan/black wire which is the feed from the fuse. The outputs for the external and dash lights are on different wires so I expect the problem is with the supply side.

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If it doesn't work properly, look for the service manual link at the bottom of the page.
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