Car Fuses and Wiring
Headlights Tail and Brake Lights
Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited

What could be wrong with the backup lights if is not the fuses or bulbs?


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2006-07-10 16:27:47
2006-07-10 16:27:47

Try checking the neutral safety switch. This switch is the one in automatic transmissions that makes the backup lights "flip" on when going from park to drive as you go through the gears. When my neutral safety switch shorted my backup lights stayed on constantly.

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