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ONEbadHEEPtruck 07-20-2012 09:42 AM

Jeep problems!!! Wooo :(
Currently sitting in jeep waiting to see whats going on with my truck, the issue started a few days ago when I was driving and noticed when I turn my left signal on it would blink really fast on my dash, knowing that that means a blinker is out once I got out of my truck I saw my driver taillight was out.. Great... So a day goes by and it was randomly working but I couldn't figure out why, so yesterday I decide to do an experiment and I turned off my headlights and put my blinker on and my taillight worked fine, and then I turned my headlights on and put the blinker on and my taillights were out and once again my signal was blinking so fast in the front. Finally figuring it out Im sitting here in jeep hoping it's covered under warranty and that they can get me out of here ASAP. Has anyone else had this issue?

DAVY27 07-20-2012 09:51 AM

Re: Jeep problems!!! Wooo :(
replace the fuse and save your time going to dealer

ONEbadHEEPtruck 07-20-2012 10:56 AM

Re: Jeep problems!!! Wooo :(

Originally Posted by DAVY27 (Post 659131)
replace the fuse and save your time going to dealer

Sitting there already I thought it could've been a fuse is there a thread about how to do that?

jlewissystem 07-20-2012 11:01 AM

Re: Jeep problems!!! Wooo :(

tri0829 07-24-2012 11:54 PM

Re: Jeep problems!!! Wooo :(
i had the exact same thing happen to me. hyper fast blinker. it would go crazy sometimes and then fine others. i thought maybe the bulb was going out and i changed the blub same issue. i took it to the dealer they said the circuit board for the brake light was bad so i changed that same issue. i thought it might be the led tailights i have plugged the old ones in same issue. i finally got it to work after taking the bulbs out in the front blinkers and putting them back in.

--long story short try to clean the connectors for the blinkers, i think this was the issue because after doing this i havent had a problem in months. (i didnt actually clean mine they just started working after i took the bulb out and replaced it a few times) im not sure what they sell to clean them with but ive seen stuff out there. hope that works out, if not id check your rear circuit board could be related to that too i know they have a tendency to get fried

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