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Can anyone out there show me some pictures on how to remove the fuse box in order to replace a hazard light relay. I am told that this is something that I can tackle myself. My vehicle is a 2000 jeep grand Cherokee limited 4 door 4X4 8 cylinder. Would appreciate any help.

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You don´t have to remove the whole fuse box, you just have to remove the lower steering cover to get access to the combination flasher.
 

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what exactly is this problem? I have had this issue as well, but for now just deal with it. my left turn signal doesn't work SOMETIMES and i have to turn hazards on/off once quickly to make the left blinker work!!! lol
 

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It seems that the solders in the combination flasher relay can get loose, making sometimes contact, sometimes not. If you know how to solder, its an easy fix, or a new combination flasher relay.
 

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i had same prob for period of 3 months. hated being called faggot & MF everytime i changed lanes in traffic daily...esp by women drivers :mad:

you tube vid "Full Cheap (FREE) OEM: Turn Signal "Blinkers" Relay Failure Repair 99 - 04 Jeep WJ Grand Cherokee " by joerockcane

got real cheap at junkyard (salvage) they are sensitive about that name from another jeep was best option
 

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If you are having the same problem I did and I'm sure many others did, you may need to replace the relay in the engine bay.
What relay in the engine bay are u talking about?
Bc my 02 jeep gc has this same issue I soldered the pins on flasher relay and then I lost everything no hazard or blinkers. I bought a new relay and same results no blinkers no hazards. But now when I lock it all four lights flash. This has me pretty confused. When u said something about relay in engine bay maybe that's where my problem is....
 

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I also wonder which relay under the hood (probably in PDC) can solve this problem. At least there is not one relay dealing with the turn signals in there.
 
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