Jeep Cherokee owners have reported 57 exterior lighting related problems since 1996. Table 1 shows the 15 most common exterior lighting problems. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's headlights (19 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's exterior lighting (6 problems). For details of each of the problem category, use the links in the table.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Exterior Lighting problems|
|Headlight Switch problems|
|Turn Signal problems|
|Tail Light problems|
|Brake Light problems|
|Turn Signal Flasher Unit problems|
|Back Up Lights problems|
|Turn Signal Switch problems|
|Headlight Concealment Device problems|
|Fog Lights problems|
|Tail Light Switch problems|
|Hazard Flashing Warning Light problems|
|Hazard Flashing Warning Light Unit problems|
|Fog Light Switch problems|
2014 Jeep Cherokee. Consumer writes in regards to vehicle headlights problem. The consumer stated while driving at night, the headlights did not properly illuminate the road. The consumer believed it was a design flaw, because the headlights bulbs were located toward the rear of the lens. Read details...
While driving at 70 mph at night, the headlamps and interior light began flashing. Then completely shut off. This happened 4 times in less than 25 mile. I had been driving for 3 hours that night. The next day it happened again as soon as I turned lights on at dusk. Read details...
Driving at night. There was a burning smell in the cab. The headlights went out. Discovered headlight switch and plug had shorted causing an arc fire damaging the wiring loom leading to the switch . Read details...
2001 Jeep Cherokee rear brake and turn signal lights repeatedly burn out. Read details...
While driving the vehicle dashlights, taillights, and other instrument lights intermittently work. This happens without warning. When the fuses have been changed, twenty minutes later the lights are out again. Cause is unknown. Read details...