wrong taillight bulb is possible the bulb was recently replaced check to see if it has the correct application part#.
Where is the 1994 JEEP grand cherokee Daytime Running Lamps Lights Module? Lights are working but the running lights and dash board lights are out.
Just replaced the headlight bulbs in a 98 Grand Cherokee that had the same problem. It had the wrong bulbs in it. It had 9007's in it. Calls for 9004's.
When the signal lights are not working on a car, there are a couple of things that could be going on. One could be that the bulb needs to be replaced. The other possibility is that the signal relay needs to be replaced.
check the fuse
my Oldsmobile alero did the same thing. It turned out to be as simple as a blown bulb in my tail light.
turn signal switch needs replaced!
You pulled something loose somewhere when you where working on the vehicle or ran the battery down with the doors open and dome lights on all day.
How about a malfunctioning brake light switch
could be a grounding problem make sure you have a good connection in that taillight
Try replacing the turn signal flasher
If you have replaced the bulbs and your getting that warning still, I'd say pull your battery terminals for 2 minutes then put them back on so the PCM/Computer can reset. That should fix the issue.
If the night running lights have failed the bulbs should be checked. Find the bulb housings and remove the parts. After the bulbs are replaced check the lights.
Check out this website..this is how i fixed mine http://www.2carpros.com/forum/2001-jeep-grand-cherokee-laredo---brake-lights-not-working-vt4814.html
Check your fuses again-use test light. Almost always seems to be a fuse when both tail lights and dash lights aren't working at same time. If that fails, check headlight switch
If a car's lights are not working properly, the fuses should be replaced. The light bulbs should also be replaced if needed.
Check/replace bulbs Check sockets for power, ground, corrosion
This may either be a fuse issue, or a bulb issue. Check both.
Same as parking/dash lights
Open tailgate. Remove 2 torx screws in side of taillight. wiggle taillight out, Remove hex screws that hold bulb assembly in taillight. change bulb, Reassemble
If just one tailight out -should be a burned out bulb If all parking/tail/ and dash lights outs may be fuse
I had the same problem with this and with mine I found out the curcuit board on the back of the taillight needed to be replaced. If you have a late model get it checked out.
this sounds like a fuse or 2. that's where i would start.
I thought the same thing on the wifes car. I forgot about the third brake light, and was looking only at the tail lights.