It's possible that your alternator is not keeping up. Replace it and the battery. Usually when alternator fails the battery isn't too far behind. The led lights use more juice than the normal lights. Hope this helps.
Possibly the dash light dimmer, located next to the headlight switch, is turned down. Turn it to brighten the lights.
There wasn't a wrangler model 1996. If it has square headlights then its a 1995 and it is a YJ which is not compatible with a 2001. If it has round headlights then its a 1997 and its a TJ which is compatible with a 2001
It has square headlights. Looks just like a '88, '89, '90, '91, '92, '93, '94, or '95 wrangler.
Jeep Wrangler's don't have any way of reminding you when the headlights are on when you close the door because the doors aren't really part of the jeep.
If your high beams still work it is the dimmer switch.
a TJ is the model designation for wranglers made from 1996-2006. the wrangler succeeded the cj in 1987 and from then till 1995 it was the wrangler YJ. the current wrangler is a JK. so 44-86=CJ 87-95=YJ 97-06=TJ 07-now=JK There wasn't a 1996 JEEP WRANGLER. The Civilian Jeep or CJ was put to pasture in 1987. The "new" jeep was born and named Wrangler. The YJ Jeep Wrangler is a smaller, lighter, and has square headlights. Jeepers of the world said "Nay!" on square headlights. Hence, after the last YJ with square headlights was created the YJ was no longer made. The TJ Jeep Wrangler is mostly the same Jeep but it has round headlights. THEY ARE INITIALS FOR WRANGLER MODELS Jeep Wrangler TJ and YJ are the initials for Wrangler models. As per the official information disclosed by Jeep, TJ and YJ don't essentially mean anything, though many of the Jeep fans strongly believe that TJ stands for "tough Jeep", YJ for "yuppie Jeep", CJ for "Civilian Jeep" so on and so forth.
If the headlights do not come on and the parking lights do in a 2000 Jeep Wrangler, it is possible that the fuse is blown for the headlamps. It is also possible for them to both be burned out due to touching the glass part when installing them. Oil in the fingers will overheat them and burn them out.
I had the same problem with my 1988 jeep wrangler and all I did was change the rear left bulb and never had the problem again.
yes, swap your grille with a tj/cj grill with the hood.
i had this problem. mine was a bad dimmer swith.
The headlamp switch controls the power to the dimmer switch and then on to the headlights.The headlamp switch controls the power to the dimmer switch and then on to the headlights.
jeep didnt make a wrangler in 1996. you may have a late model 1995, or if it has round headlights you have a 1997 tj. They used green coolant in the 1990's