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1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Left Dorman

P311-3EDDA7A    1630420  New

56005105 , 18-3118-01 , 2223-0012L , CS025-U000L

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Dorman Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Left
  • ; w/Amber and Clear Lens Packaging Type: Box
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bulb Quantity: 0
    • Bulb Type: Halogen
    • Lens Color: Clear / Amber
    • Lens Material: Plastic
    • Package Contents: 1 Turn Signal / Parking / Side Marker Light Assembly
    • Voltage: 12v
Brand: Dorman
Position: Front Left
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Vehicle Position
1997 - Jeep Grand Cherokee Front Left
Dorman
1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Right Dorman

P311-391D8AF    1630421  New

56005104 , 2223-0012R , 18-3117-01 , CS025-U000R

Qty:
14.53
Dorman Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Right
  • ; w/Amber and Clear Lens Packaging Type: Box
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bulb Quantity: 0
    • Bulb Type: Halogen
    • Lens Color: Clear / Amber
    • Lens Material: Plastic
    • Package Contents: 1 Turn Signal / Parking / Side Marker Light Assembly
    • Voltage: 12v
Brand: Dorman
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1995 - Jeep Grand Cherokee Front Right
TYC
2004 Jeep Liberty Turn Signal Light Assembly TYC

P311-1894E56    W0133-1844025  New

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33.39
TYC Turn Signal Light Assembly
  • NSF Certified
  • Right
Brand: TYC
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Vehicle
2004 - Jeep Liberty
TYC
2004 Jeep Liberty Turn Signal Light Assembly TYC

P311-0AB4DCD    W0133-1844026  New

Qty:
32.62
TYC Turn Signal Light Assembly
  • NSF Certified
  • Left
Brand: TYC
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2004 - Jeep Liberty

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1999 Jeep cherokee turn signals

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Question From nctroop on 1999 Jeep cherokee turn signals

I have a 1999 jeep cherokee sport. Its a 4.0l 4x4 with approx. 104k miles on it. My problem is this, i noticed one day when using my turn signal both left and right after approx. 4-5 flashes they will freeze to a constant on position. If i turn the signal off then try again it will flash again 4-5 times then freeze again to a constant on position this happens to both the left and the right turn signal. I replaced the lights for the turn signals, checked the fuses and checked the connection at the turn signals. The connections look ok and after changing the light bulbs nothing is different. Help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Matt

Response From nctroop

Just letting you all know that I switched out the flasher and everything seems to be working great thanks for your help!!!!

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Matt; Assuming that all of the lamps are okay, the first thing I'd check would be the flasher. After that, the turn signal switch, itself.

Response From nctroop

I will give it a shot and let you all know thanks!!

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

I'm with Loren on this that most likely is a tired flasher. Make sure you have the right one as the MAY be two - one for 4-way hazards and one for directionals and usually they hide it! Listen for noise to find while working,

T

2000 Jeep XJ Cherokee Turn signal problem.

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Question From Axel Griese on 2000 Jeep XJ Cherokee Turn signal problem.

This ones got me baffled. 2000 Jeep (XJ)(Small) Cherokee.

I turn on the right turn signal, I get right front and right rear, just as it should be. I turn on the left turn signal, I get left front, left rear... AND right rear. It doesn't make sense.

My first thought was a short in the wiring between left rear and right rear... except that a sort should work the other way too, also getting right rear when I should have left rear. PLUS, I've gone over the wiring diagrams and don't see any place where should a short could theoretically be occurring.

Any ideas?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

The problem is likely a bad turn signal switch.

Response From Discretesignals

To confirm unplug the connector from the turn signal switch. With ignition on take a jumper and jump between red/white pin 5 to dark green/red pin 9. This will cause the left rear turn lamp to illuminate. Check for power on brown/red pin 3. If you don't have power, jumper red/white pin 5 to light green/white pin 10. This will cause the left front turn signal and marker lamp to illuminate. Check for power on brown/red pin 3. If you don't have power, replace the switch.

If you have power on brown/red pin 3 anytime during those two test, you have short in the wiring.

Jeep Turn signal problem

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Question From benny223 on Jeep Turn signal problem

I've read quite a few posts that describe an intermitent problem with turn signals on Grand Cherokees, but none were exactly like my issue. My right turn signal has always worked fine. The left will rarely come on at all without some help. If i turn it on (not working), then turn on the hazards (work perfectly), then turn the hazards off, the left signal will stay on about a third of the time. It seems to work a little better in warm weather. The signal will work more often if i have been driving for awhile (at least 30 mins), especially when its cold out. Took it to a mechanic and he couldn't find the problem. Told me to take it to a Jeep dealer. Heard about switch modulators in the steering column, clocksprings, etc. Need Help!

Response From illinoistoolman

I had the exact same problem w/ my 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Fairly simple fix. It is the flasher relay, OEM Mopar Part #4686094, pay around $45 for the part at the dealer.
Take kick plate trim off (3 screws and clips holding it on) remove fuse cover (pops off) remove plastic shroud in front of steering wheel below the instrument gauges(pops off) remove large plastic shroud under steering wheel, (2-10mm bolts, clips and one phillips screw holding in place). Relay will be above fuse box, very tight fit but with a little nudging and nimble fingers pop out the old relay and replace with new one. Re-install all equipment in reverse order. Solved my turn signal problem immediately. Good luck

Response From jediknight

just fixed this problem on my 2003 grand cherokee. it's the combination relay switch. the only thing i can add to the tight squeeze situation that you mentioned is that the entire junction block that holds the fuses and relay switches can be loosened and lowered enough to pull the switch out without needing small or nimble fingers. there are 2 10mm bolts on the junction block that should be removed. once they are removed, pull the entire box downward, it is held on by 2 clips. you'll have access to the relay with no problem. once changed, push the junction box upward, aligning the 2 clips into the holes that they go into. jeep recommends that you disconnect the negative battery cable and wait 2 minutes before tinckering with the relays. included here is an attachement with an illustration of the entire box and the 2 clips that i'm talking about, it will help you understand how this is attached. thanks all for the tips.
also goto wjjeeps.com then interior trim moldings and bezels, steps 4 and 5 to see how to remove the covers and trim to access the junction block.

good luck all

Response From therickYOUNG

Just wondering where you got that wiring skematic.

Response From Hammer Time

Youy need to read the FORUM RULES before posting. This thread is 3 years old.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Please start your own thread with your exact vehicle. We can't read the whole thing with other vehicles to guess on yours based on "exactly like above" as your description. Start one all your own - it's free!

T

Response From bluegst

Hi Benny, I have the SAME exact problem with my 2000 Grand Cherokee! It is NOT the multifunction switch, I just purchased one (OEM) from Jeep and put it in myself, still have the same problem. When the problem started it only quit periodically, now it works less and it's a bonus when it does work... and same thing as you, only sometimes does the hazard trick work. Yesterday, I did the hazard trick and it started to blink and then just stopped.
When you find a solution, PLEASE let me know. Thanks!

Response From Jeff Norfolk Top Rated Answer

^^^^^look at the SPAM link above^^^^^

Response From Tom Greenleaf


Pooof! That one's gone too!

T

2004 jeep

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Question From care on 2004 jeep

I have a 2004 Jeep grand cherokee laredo. This is my first Jeep, Iv only had it for about 6 months, and my problem started about a month after I got it.
I have problems w/ my headlights, and right turning signal. When there are not lights on everything works fine. When i turn my parking lights on, again, everything works fine. BUT when I turn my low beams on my right headlight is very dim, as is the parking light, and when I use the turning signal it blinks VERY fast. THEN when I put the high beems on my right ligth goes out completely, turning signal still works but blinks fast. Also, anytime I have the low beems on( using signal, or not) after a few minutes of driving a bell goes off and the computer shows "turning signal on". It will stay on the duration of driving. What causes this??? And what do I do, or fix?

Response From DrElectrics

OK, try replacing the headlight globe on the right side, this should help with the voltage. With your indicator, check that all of them work. A fast flashing indicator means either one of the indicator globes in blown so the power goes to the one that works making it flash faster, OR you may need to replace you flasher can relay. this is located under the hood of your car in the black fuse box. Let me know how you go with it pls.

Response From care Top Rated Answer

Iv already tried replacing the right headlight, and that didnt work. I should have mentioned that before. :)

Response From DrElectrics

Since you have already tried replacing globe, take a look at the connection that the globe plugs into on the base of the headlight. Have a look and make sure all the wires are in the clips that hold them in. This sounds like a bad connection. If it was a power supply issue, both headlights would be cactus. Check globe holder and wiring harness all the way back to the fuse box. No pinched wires or kinks.