Jeep Cherokee owners have reported 86 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 (29 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's exterior lighting (19 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|
|Brake Light problems|
|Turn Signal Flasher Unit problems|
|Tail Light problems|
|Back Up Lights problems|
|Turn Signal Switch problems|
|Headlight Concealment Device problems|
|Hazard Flashing Warning Light Unit problems|
|Fog Lights problems|
|Tail Light Switch problems|
|Fog Light Switch problems|
|Hazard Flashing Warning Light problems|
Just purchased a loaded Jeep Cherokee trailhawk and noticed immediately during first night drive that headlights are hugely underpowered. The road is dark and I'd say they have less than have the brightness of my last car. Read details...
Head lights inadequate. Difficult it see at night and in rain impossible. Read details...
Headlights while driving were occasionally turning off and on. Side lights remained on and instrument panel lights remained on. Upon investigation for cause, discovered connector on headlight/dimmer switch was melted due to excessive heat buildup. Read details...
Several times while I was driving the digital dash display went blank, red "battery" indicator came on, "no bus" fault message appeared, the headlights went off, the turn signal did not work, radio did not work, door locks would not work (lock/unlock). Read details...
The contact owns 2001 Jeep grand Cherokee. The contact stated that the drivers side brake light failed to work when the headlights were turned on. The failure was not diagnosed by the dealer. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The VIN was not available. Read details...