2003 grand cherokee turn signals

2003 grand cherokee turn signals

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justin

Sloatsburg, NY

#1 Mar 4, 2008
My turn signals are not working, but my hazard lights are working, so I know it cant be a fuse problem. Another thing is that they do work some times, they will work for a while but then they dont again. Does anybody know what could be causing turn signals not to work.

Thanks

Justin
bdl28

Swedesboro, NJ

#2 May 18, 2008
Mine Too. I'll see if I can find a remedy. Also heater works occasionally, and get a tire sensor error, and yet, they all work. I just replaced the ac/ clutch sensor, located behind the front left headlight.
jen

Belvidere, NJ

#3 Aug 17, 2008
justin wrote:
My turn signals are not working, but my hazard lights are working, so I know it cant be a fuse problem. Another thing is that they do work some times, they will work for a while but then they dont again. Does anybody know what could be causing turn signals not to work.
Thanks
Justin
Did you ever found the problem of the turn signals my jeep is doing the same thing???
jen

Belvidere, NJ

#4 Aug 17, 2008
Did anyone ever find the problem of the turn signals?? I happens in my 2003 jeep too??
paula

Montgomery Village, MD

#5 Oct 19, 2008
hey this happens to mine too.. can anybody help?
Mary

Bay City, MI

#6 Oct 20, 2008
Mine Too! Any Answers?
Tara

United States

#7 Oct 29, 2008
Mary wrote:
Mine Too! Any Answers?
Try replacing your emergency flasher relay. if the relay is bad it will keep the blinkers from working
Tomas Juarez

United States

#8 Nov 5, 2008
I was curious if replacing the emergency flasher fixed the problem. I am having the same problem as well. Did it fix the problem?
AMY

South Bend, IN

#9 Nov 20, 2008
Tara wrote:
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Try replacing your emergency flasher relay. if the relay is bad it will keep the blinkers from working
Mine too! any one have a fix?
Malcolm X

Wichita Falls, TX

#10 Jan 5, 2009
2003 Mine to this is bad. Can i change the relay Flasher my self.
Paul

Myrtle Beach, SC

#11 Jan 13, 2009
Anybody ever figure this out?
Alfman

Phoenix, AZ

#12 Feb 2, 2009
Same problem here. A dealer claimed it required a $1000 module replacement. Needless to say that wasn't rushing into and the dealer is on my "watch list" as this is likely to be incompetent or unscrupulous behavior. Reviewing the service manuals, it looks like the flasher or related wiring is likely the cause. Things interact and since it is intermittant, one will not know immediately whether or not the fix was successful.

I will post the results of what I find this week when I spend some real time trying to fix it.
MRHYDE

Dauphin, Canada

#13 Feb 6, 2009
Tara wrote:
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Try replacing your emergency flasher relay. if the relay is bad it will keep the blinkers from working
I am having the same problem but why do the hazards work? and it seems my blower motor started to act up at the same time.
rich

Monponsett, MA

#14 Feb 8, 2009
has anyone tried to replace the turn signal flasher, it is under the dash on the driver side. my jeep started to do that and then they started to work again so i have not replaced it as of yet. but to me it sounds like the flasher is going bad
Alfman

Phoenix, AZ

#15 Feb 11, 2009
I replaced the flasher and my intermittant problem seems to be fixed. Of course since it is an intermittant issue itstill may reappear. I opened the original flasher and it does appear that a solder connection had a fine crack in it. Loose connections like this seem to be the cause of about 90% of the devices I try to DIY repair.

The flasher module is an $80 part so it is a bit difficult to just buy one and see if it fixed the problem. Of course, in my case where they wanted $1000 it was much less of a risk.

My emergency flashers worked all the time too. I will post again in a month as to whether or not the problem was really fixed.
Alfman

Phoenix, AZ

#16 Feb 11, 2009
You can change the flasher yourself but it takes some dissassembly.

1) Remove the sound cover under the dash on the drivers side.
2) Remove the fuse box cover.
3) Remove the plastic cover between the steering column and the instrument panel -- it snaps off. 4) Remove the 4 screws that hold the plastic below the steering column in place. There are two underneath and two up on top.
5) Now you will be able to reach in and remove the flasher.

Bear in mind that step 5 is what most of us have been used to in the past as the one and only step. Of couse, we are used to a $3.95 flasher rather than $80 too.
Alfman

Phoenix, AZ

#17 Feb 11, 2009
I have been experiencing heater and air conditioning problems too. Now that I have no vacuum leaks those problems may be gone. The weather is nice enough right now that heater problems would go unnoticed. A different topic will be used for any problems with that. One probably exists already.
Michael

Charlotte, NC

#18 Mar 9, 2009
Try checking the wrinkle realy
Dave

New York, NY

#19 Mar 12, 2009
Alfman wrote:
I have been experiencing heater and air conditioning problems too. Now that I have no vacuum leaks those problems may be gone. The weather is nice enough right now that heater problems would go unnoticed. A different topic will be used for any problems with that. One probably exists already.
Alfman - did this solve your problem? I have the same problem in my 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Hazard flashers work but my turn signals do not.
Dererk Stevens

Fort Washington, MD

#20 Apr 4, 2009
Is the flasher easily identified?

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