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Is there a fuse for the 2000 jeep cherokeebrake lights and are they separate?

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2009-09-17 01:11:56
2009-09-17 01:11:56
Try under the hood

Check under the hood in the fuse box on the passenger side fender well


There are two columns of small fuses there, the fog light relay/left front park/turn signal/ marker/ tail, stop light/ license plate light fuse is #7, that is, seven down from the top in the left side column. If all these lights function except the stop lights/brake lights, then your problem could be a bad brake light switch, located above the brake pedal. There are delicate reed switches inside this switch block. Test the switch with a meter. If you have to replace it make sure you read the enclosed instructions first before you even touch the new part, it's a self adjusting- one shot deal! do NOT depress the plunger with your fingers, you cannot reset it without damaging the part. read read!
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