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2009 jeep liberty hazard lights don't turn on

Hazard lights (all console switches) don't work.. interior light either.

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  • napolitano Nov 19, 2012

    I checked the obvious ones already (interior light).. and several others.. guess i'll pull them all. There wasn't one called "console cluster" or whatever or hazard switch.

  • Howard Wied Nov 21, 2012

    Did you all so check the ones in the engine compartment fuse block, All so they might be control buy a relay That is located in the fuse block in the engine (Compartment,) My only suggestion is call a dodge dealership end ask to talk to some one in the service department about the (Problem)

  • napolitano Nov 21, 2012

    Yeah... as far as I know there's only one place for the fuses.. in the engine compartment, between battery and firewall... I will check them all this holiday weekend and post back what I find out.. if I can't find anything.. then I will take your advice and leave it to a pro.. Thanks!

  • Howard Wied Nov 21, 2012

    Call the dealer ship where you live most dealerships are verry help full now a days,

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check your light dimmer & see if you have it set all the way down.If it's anything like my 99WJ it has an off setting when the dimmer is set all the down causing the interior lights to not come on when you open the doors,hope this helps

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replace the flashers, check fuse, check that the switch is grounded properly

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