How to Repair a '97 Jeep Cherokee Flasher / Turn Signal Relay?

Answer When your turn signals and hazard flashers stop working on a 1997 Jeep Cherokee, replace the Turn Signal / Hazard Flasher Combo relay.

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How to Replace the Turn Signal Flasher on a 2001 Jeep Cherokee?

The 2001 Jeep Cherokee turn signals and emergency flashers both are controlled by the flasher relay. If your turn signals or emergency lights are not flashing properly and you have verified the bu... Read More »

What Is the Location of the Turn Signal Flasher in a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

The flasher is a small electrical device used in the directional signal and emergency signal circuits. A faulty flasher will cause your turn signals to stop working. Fortunately, locating the flash... Read More »

How to Replace Your Turn Signal Relay in a Jeep Grand Cherokee?

Some manufacturers of automobiles have engineered their vehicles so that they accept only parts that the manufacturer makes. Jeep is one of those manufacturers. Turn signal lights are no exception.... Read More »

How to Reach the Flasher Relay in a 1997 Jeep Cherokee?

The 1997 Jeep Cherokee uses a combination flasher for the turn signals and the four-way flasher or emergency flashers. Access to the flash is extremely poor and requires removal of several trim pan... Read More »