in the front you can see the spot for the lights on the driver switch but light must be burnt out. Passenger light works fine and so do the switches in the rear....Any idea if you can replace those lights, just a little thing that bothers me.
Mine do as well, weird some don't have it!! Mine just have really small lights that come on..
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The 2008 Jeep Wrangler is not so much an SUV as it is an experience. It's slow and loud, handles poorly, has crummy interior materials and features doors that provide virtually no crash protection. But when it comes to off-road performance, the Wrangler is simply the best choice available.
I just checked. I can see there are lights in the two dash switches for the fronts only, but they don't work. The back seat switches do light up if unlocked at the dash. How do we fix the fronts that are not working!!!???
2008 2DR X, both of my power window switches DID illuminate (appear to be LED). About a month ago the drivers side went out and last week the passenger side went out. I decided to take the console cover off and have a look. I pulled out the switch module thinking I could replace the lights. After I got it out I realized that might not be the case. I called my local Jeep dealership (parts and service) and was told there was no bulb replacement, the switch module would need to be replaced ($70). Its just aggravating! I think I am going to hold tight because I don't want to order another switch and realize that is doesn't illuminate at all which would defeate the purpose of why I pulled it out to begin with.