Jeremy Scheetz: Dude thank you jesus for your video I spent months trying to figure out
what was wrong. Thank you again!
FRAN BENEDUM: My blinkers work on my 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The problem the left one
keeps on blinking. What could the problem be?
MrRedac1993: Why did you take the steering column cover off ? that was unnecessary .I
just replaced my relay in less time than your video
julie couch: i will look thanks i hope thats were it is, if u know which one let me know
cause i don't a have a book that tells what they are or anything.
Moses&Rigby*****: What a piss poor video you jerk you never mention the part number #### and
so one asked you where you got it you never replied our Lame !!!
Ray Carpenter: I have the exact same problem with my 01 Cherokee, and this has been very
helpful. Thanks for taking the time to make and post this. Good Job!
DieselBenz: Really don't need to remove the steering column plastic pieces. Just the
kick panel and metal plate behind it need to go!
get bent: this sucks nam you dont even show where it is located
julie couch: also if u know where there might be a relay for the washer pumps let me
cause the front and back stopped at the same time and the wipers still
work. or do u think it is the pump its self? if u have any idea let me know
AlienableRight: if u turn ur bllinker on to find it but your blinker is broke how the freak
can you find it if it isnt working
ogingermyginger: Thanks for the info fixed my problem.
April Atkinson: you showed me how to fix a long time problem ( you should of shown exactly
where the fuze is) Thank you I fixed my turn signals!
koomo24: Can you use a flashlight so we can see what you are pointing at?
fratto1: "Change a blinker fuse on a 2000 jeep cherokee" this video is better hope
Shannon Ring: I watched this video and it was EXACTLY what was wrong with my 2002 Jeep
Grand Cherokee. The part was $45 and it took me about 1/2 hour and I
finally got my left turn signal back after nearly 2 years. :) Thanks!!!
awadbab: My turn signal only turns on one time and then stops. Do you think it it
the turn signal flasher? Thanks
funguy4utube: THANKs Bunches for making this video !!!
skip1lp: Thnaks for this video, I own a 200 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, it took me
about 45 minutes to get it all done. Saved me $1200.00, thats what the
dealer quoted me. 58.00 for the parts, you can do the math. Thanks again
for posting this, it was a great help!!
teenablanchard: Hello, I had a problem with my left blinker. The front and back lights stay
solid. The dashboard indicator stays black. It does not even make the
clicking sound. However, the right signal works. When I place the hazard on
only the right blinkers work. I have already replaced the flasher relay.
What else needs to be done?
Howard Peng: Its intelligent people like you who make YouTube an invaluable resource.
Please keep shooting more videos.
bahamiandude: All you needed to do was move the kick plate and the heat shield. Right
below the headlight switch will be the flasher. I recommend getting the LED
flasher version. I have a video of my jeep with the LED light bulbs.
unpescad0: @littlejewl2002 Look at the fuse box under the hood, there are a few in
there that control windows and pums etc.. :)
funguy4utube: Same here - this was so nice of this fellow to post the video - how many
people would do that ? A short list I think. Most people would fix it and
go eat dinner.
funguy4utube: They sure do - but it makes it easy to look up the problems anyway as there
are so many people having the problems and people with the fixes. The
bright side ehhh !
TheLibertylogs: Thanks for this vid. Been cruzing my Jeep for like a year with BS turn
signal problems. Watched ur vid went out pulled the puppy out now Im
getting my Blink on!
APEXDRIFTER101: just one thing im trying to get my indercator unit but cant seem to get it
out because the spring on the high beam is gone its attached to the
indercator unit if u can help thnxs
Fazer1098: Thanks for the great help.... It took me a while to find my flasher. It was
hidden back behind the left side panel. I just searched for the device that
was vibrating. Once I found the flasher every thing else was a piece of
cake. Don't give up if you can't find the flasher quickly. Just search (by
hand) for the vibrating module.
Jazzarte: Thank You so much. I had the no turn signal problem...youtubed it...saw
your video...went to PepBoys for relay switch...paid $11...replaced it..
Mechanic would have charged me $35 dollars to diagnose and fix (part not
included). Now I can have plenty of beer on your behalf!
redrabbit65: Took me a minute to figure out what I was looking at was what I was looking
for, but I pulled the relay (which had some nasty tape holding it in by the
way) went to O Reilly's and paid like $8 and now I'm good to go. Your vid
saved me tons of money sir, many thanks to you!
lct1326: Do you have the part number. I have a 2002 as well and the same thing is
happening. I assume I can get the part at AutoZone?
unpescad0: @littlejewl2002 , No problem, glad i could help! Keep smiling!!
Roger Albee II: Great video - Thank you- - -I'm having trouble getting the plastic cover
that covers the metal heat shield -- There are three screws holding the
plastic cover on - but then it's stuck on. How do you get the plastic cover
LandonSupertramp: Thank you!
megachef1: awesome just what i needed to know gonna go and fix mine now love my jeep
Grizzly Bear: Sweet! Had the same problem, didn't know what to do. Seems like an easy
nawlins4357: <--- 03 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited. I want to thank you for the location.
I found the relay and it was a BITCH to get out. I don't have the same heat
shield you do. Instead, after you take the lower cover off, there's a metal
plate that covers just the relays. It isn't part of the frame, but its
bolted to the frame , and has other parts (including the brace for the
steering column) bolted to it. There's just enough room to make it next to
impossible to put the replacement part in. Bastards!
TimeKoder13: yeah what @bahamiandude said, but thanks for the video. Been dealing with
this on my 2001 Sport for almost a year now and Chrysler is clueless. Was
"failing" for 3-5 years and they never recognized the symptoms when we
brought it to them. Always made that scrunchy, radio static-E noise RIGHT
by the Flasher/Headlight switch. Yet no one had a clue, Even tho the
freakin Blinkers would stick or not flash at all. And it was the dealer my
wife bought it from. Getting to Advanced tomorrow.
4Barca1899: 193,306 miles! That's awesome.
julie couch: i want to write u and say thanks because we have been look ALL over the
internet on every stupid site that is out there and could not find the
location of the flasher relay, it was driving us nuts!!! and u are right it
only took not even a half hour and was very easy to change. again thanks to
charle williams: I love this guy. I was able to fix this on my own right before I went to
work and I'm a 20year old girl. If you all can't figure it out that's a
shame. It jus takes a bit of common sense. Thank u sooooo much for making
One4utoenvy: how did you get that cover off? I've got a 03 and can see the relay just
can't see how to get past that heat shield to get it off
runningmadd: The first plastic piece in front of the heat shield, how do you take that
off? I got the screws underneath towards pedals but it feels like there
another but I can't see where.? And out of curiosity what is this piece
tddub1999: excellent - blinkers now work on my 1999 jeep cherokee
funguy4utube: TWO years - that is a lot of potential accidents ! Ouch - you are lucky.
Ana Dubois: I just ordered mine through Amazon for $35 w/shipping. Part: Standard Motor
Products EFL15 Flasher
BiffDigs: Thanks! I'm gonna fix mine tomorrow, these jeeps have a lot of similar
Eric Page: @bahamiandude So when you said you have a video of your Jeep with LEDs
really what you meant is that you have an account filled with booty shakin'
Griff: Thanks, where did you buy your flasher relay, I need one for my 98 XJ but I
can't find one anywhere
funguy4utube: Whoa ! Even better - thanks !!!
Jeep Cherokee blinker / flasher relay how to location repair4.5
out of 5