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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i have a 97 jeep
Try a couple things if you haven't tried already.
First try replacing the bulbs (sometimes the most obvious answer is the right one, and not meant to offend you).
Then, try replacing the headlight relay (found in the fuse box and looks like a small black cube that plugs in similar to a fuse with some extra prongs).
Then, try replacing the headlight switch.
Finally, while inspecting the headlight switch, make sure the wires are connected and not broken, worn out, or corroded. Same thing with the wires connecting the headlights.
Let me know if this helped you out.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
check the vacuum line on the right side of the engine. There should be an elbow connector connecting the line to the engine. Does interior fan only come out of the defroster vents by chance?
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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