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Where is the fuse for the brake lights on a Jeep Cherokee if the owners manual says look on the fuse panel cover plate and the cover plate says see owners manual?

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September 17, 2009 12:28AM

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That is the way it goes. Really about the only way is to remove

the fuses one at a time and see when the brake lights go out. If

the lights are not working, just pull fuses until you find one that

is blown.

Don't forget to check under the hood on the passenger side

fender- there's another fuse block there!

Check the brake light switch located above the brake pedal,

sometimes they go bad, delicate reed switches inside. when you buy

the new part - READ INSTRUCTIONS FIRST!! It's a self adjusting

part, and you only get one shot at installation, it's an easy fix.

Do NOT push the plunger down on the switch, if you try to reset it

you will damage the switch, just follow directions word for word

and your golden.


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