How to Fix Jeep Brake Lights?

Answer There are several reasons that a brake light may stop working on your Jeep. The most common of these is bulb failure. The Jeep taillights use an 1157 dual filament bulb for the running light, brak... Read More »

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How to Fix the Brake Lights on a '98 Jeep?

The taillights on your 1998 Jeep are surface mounted lights with a reflector on the side of the light assembly. The taillights use a 1157 dual-filament bulb for the taillight, brake light and turn ... Read More »

How to Change the Brake Lights in a Jeep Cherokee?

The thing with the brake lights in your Jeep Cherokee is that you don't realize they're out until someone tells you so. The bulbs are easy and quick to change and quite affordable at the auto parts... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot the Brake Lights Being Out on a Jeep Cherokee?

The brake lights perform a necessary safety function in alerting following vehicles that you are about to slow down or stop. Brake lights that do not function properly can cause serious accidents, ... Read More »

How to Fix Brake Lights on a 2001 Jeep Cherokee Laredo?

The brake lights on your 2001 Jeep Cherokee Laredo are the only system you have to alert drivers on the road behind you when you are slowing or stopping. In most states, it is against the law to dr... Read More »