Question about 2003 Jeep Liberty
Not sure but I think I have some expsoed wiring somewhere, when rear lights or brakes lights on the rear wiper starts, as soon as lights closed or brakes off wiper stops.
Since the fuse operates both frnat and rear I cannot disengage, is there a plug for the power for the rear wiper motor?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Both of my brakelights have gone out on my 2005 jeep liberty. The problem is the brakelight socket. I bought replacement socket from the dealership for about $8 each. They are wireless and easy to replace. They sit on a circuit monted to the back of the tailight. The dealership will need your vin # as there are different types of sockets for the liberty.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
Check fuse number 9 a 50 amp fuse in the power distribution center under the hood and fuse number 17 a 15 amp fuse in the junction block . The ground wire near the wiper motor may be bad and its possible the switch position for the rears may be bad.
Posted on Jun 18, 2015
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