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  • 1. ZJ LAMPS 8L - 1 LAMPS CONTENTS page pageBULB APPLICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 INTERIOR LAMPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12EXTERIOR LAMP SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 SERVICE PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 GENERAL INFORMATION Each vehicle is equipped with various lamp assem- brush. Coat the inside of the socket lightly with Mo-blies. A good ground is necessary for proper lighting par Multi-Purpose Grease or equivalent.operation. Grounding is provided by the lamp socket Aero headlamps use a replaceable bulb that iswhen it comes in contact with the metal body, or mounted in a molded plastic lens.through a separate ground wire. When changing lamp bulbs check the socket forcorrosion. If corrosion is present, clean it with a wire DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES When a vehicle experiences problems with the Always begin any diagnosis by testing all of theheadlamp system, verify the condition of the battery fuses and circuit breakers in the system. Refer toconnections, charging system, headlamp bulbs, wire Group 8W, Wiring Diagrams.connectors, relay, high beam dimmer switch andheadlamp switch. Refer to Group 8W, Wiring Dia-grams for component locations and circuit informa-tion.
  • 2. 8L - 2 LAMPS ZJ HEADLAMP DIAGNOSIS
  • 3. ZJ LAMPS 8L - 3 FOG LAMP DIAGNOSIS
  • 4. 8L - 4 LAMPS ZJMULTI-FUNCTION SWITCH TESTING PROCEDURES (3) Remove lower instrument panel and knee The multi-function switch contains electrical cir- blocker.cuitry for: (4) Remove tilt lever.• Auto Headlamps (5) Remove upper and lower column shrouds to• Headlamp Dimmer Switch. gain access to the switch connector (Fig. 2).• Passing Lights.• Turn Signals.• Hazard Warning.• Windshield Wiper.• Pulse Wiper.• Windshield Washer. This integrated switch is mounted to the left handside of the steering column. Should any function ofthe switch fail, the entire switch must be replaced. The multi-function switch also serves as a fog lamplock-out circuit. The circuit to the fog lamp switch iscompleted only when the dimmer switch is in the lowbeam position.SWITCH TEST (1) Disconnect battery negative cable. (2) Remove lower instrument panel screws alongbottom edge of steering column (Fig. 1). Fig. 2 Steering Column Shrouds (6) Remove lower fixed column shroud. (7) Loosen steering column upper bracket nuts. Do not remove nuts. (8) Move upper fixed column shroud to gain access to rear of multi-function switch. (9) Remove switch connector (Fig. 3 and 4). Fig. 1 Lower Instrument Panel/Knee Blocker Fig. 3 Multi-function Switch Connector
  • 5. ZJ LAMPS 8L - 5 Fig. 4 Steering Column Connectors Fig. 5 Dimmer Switch Continuity Chart (10) Use an ohmmeter to test for continuity be- (11) Refer to Service Procedures for assembly.tween the terminals of the switch as shown in thecontinuity chart (Fig. 5).
  • 6. 8L - 6 LAMPS ZJ SERVICE PROCEDURES INDEX page pageBackup Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 License Plate Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Center High Mounted Stop Lamp (CHMSL) . . . . . . 10 Parking Lamp Bulb/Lens Replacement . . . . . . . . . . 7Fog Lamp Switch Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Rear Side Marker Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Fog Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Tail and Stop Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Headlamp Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Turn Signal and Side Marker Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Headlamp Alignment Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Turn Signal Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10Headlamp Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Turn Signal/Dimmer Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Headlamp/Fog Lamp Adjustment Using Alignment Underhood Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6HEADLAMP ALIGNMENT alignment screen (with tape). Use this line for up/ Headlamps can be aligned using the screen method down adjustment reference.provided in this section. Alignment Tool C4466-A or (7) Measure distance from the centerline of the ve-equivalent can also be used. Refer to instructions hicle to the center of each headlamp being aligned.provided with the tool for proper procedures. The Transfer measurements to screen (with tape) to eachpreferred headlamp alignment setting is 0 for side of vehicle centerline. Use these lines for left/the left/right adjustment and 1؆ down for the right adjustment reference.up/down adjustment. HEADLAMP ADJUSTMENTHEADLAMP ALIGNMENT PREPARATION A properly aimed low beam will project the top (1) Verify headlamp dimmer switch and high beam edge of high intensity pattern on the screen from 50indicator operation. mm (2 in.) above to 50 mm (2 in.) below headlamp (2) Correct defective components that could hinder centerline. The side-to-side left edge of high intensityproper headlamp alignment. pattern should be from 50 mm (2 in.) left to 50 mm (3) Verify proper tire inflation. (2 in.) right of headlamp centerline (Fig. 1). The pre- (4) Clean headlamp lenses. ferred headlamp alignment is 0 for the left/ (5) Verify that luggage area is not heavily loaded. right adjustment and 1؆ down for the up/down (6) Fuel tank should be FULL. Add 2.94 kg (6.5 adjustment. The high beams on a vehicle with aerolbs.) of weight over the fuel tank for each estimated headlamps cannot be aligned. The high beam patterngallon of missing fuel. should be correct when the low beams are aligned properly.HEADLAMP/FOG LAMP ADJUSTMENT USING To adjust headlamp aim, rotate alignment screwsALIGNMENT SCREEN (Fig. 2).ALIGNMENT SCREEN PREPARATION FOG LAMP ADJUSTMENT (1) Position vehicle on a level surface. Perpendicu- Prepare an alignment screen. A properly alignedlar to a flat wall 7.62 meters (25 ft) away from front fog lamp will project a pattern on the alignmentof headlamp lens. screen 100 mm (4 in.) below the fog lamp centerline (2) If necessary, tape a line on the floor 7.62 and straight ahead (Fig. 3).meters (25 ft) away from and parallel to the wall(Fig. 1). HEADLAMP BULB REMOVAL (3) From the floor up 1.27 meters (5 ft), tape a lineon the wall at the centerline of the vehicle. Sight CAUTION: Do not touch the bulb glass with fingersalong the centerline of the vehicle to verify accuracy or other oily surfaces. Reduced bulb life will result.of line placement. (1) Lift hood to access lamps. (4) Rock vehicle side-to-side three times to allow (2) Reach into engine compartment and locate locksuspension to stabilize. ring supporting the headlamp bulb assembly. (5) Jounce front suspension three times by pushing (3) Rotate the lock ring 1/8 turn counterclockwisedownward on front bumper and releasing. (Fig. 4). (6) Measure the distance from the center of head- (4) Pull the bulb straight out from the housing.lamp lens to the floor. Transfer measurement to the (5) Install new bulb.
  • 7. ZJ LAMPS 8L - 7 Fig. 1 Headlamp Alignment Screen —Typical • Grasp upper edge of headlamp lens. Pull straight back (away) from grille opening reinforcement (GOR). Disengage upper adjuster pivot from lens assembly. • Locate and disconnect the 3 wire connector behind headlamp. • Rotate bulb ring counterclockwise. Remove ring and bulb from lens (Fig. 4). • Install new bulb. • Replace by seating the assembly in the lamp hous- ing and turning the lock ring 1/8 turn clockwise to secure. • Align upper adjust pivot into headlamp opening and snap into place. • Snap lower adjuster pivots into place. Fig. 2 Aero Headlamp Alignment PARKING LAMP BULB/LENS REPLACEMENT The parking lamp is mounted on the side of the (6) Replace by seating the assembly in the lamp GOR next to headlamp assembly.housing and turning the lock ring 1/8 turn clockwise (1) Open hood.to secure. (2) Remove screws which hold the parking lamp in If clearance is minimal behind the headlamp as- position (Fig. 6).sembly, use the following procedure: (3) Disengage lamp from vehicle, rotate socket• Grasp lower edge of headlamp lens. Pull straight counterclockwise and pull socket from lamp. Pullback (away) from grille opening reinforcement (GOR). bulb to remove.Disengage lower adjuster pivots from lens assembly To install, reverse the removal procedure.(Fig. 5).
  • 8. 8L - 8 LAMPS ZJ Fig. 3 Fog Lamp Alignment —Typical Fig. 4 Headlamp Bulb Removal Fig. 5 Headlamp RemovalTURN SIGNAL AND SIDE MARKER LAMP (3) To replace turn signal bulb, rotate socket coun- (1) The parking lamp must be removed to get to terclockwise press in on bulb and rotate 1/4 turn toattaching screws for this lamp. remove. (2) Remove the screws and slide lamp outboard to (4) To replace sidemarker bulb rotate socket coun-expose the socket (Fig. 7). terclockwise grasp and pull from lamp.
  • 9. ZJ LAMPS 8L - 9 high beam, the fog lamps will turn OFF. The fog lamps will go back on when the high beams are switched OFF. FOG LAMP BULB/LENS REPLACEMENT CAUTION: Do not touch the bulb glass with fingers or other oily surfaces. Reduced bulb life will result. (1) Use a short phillips screwdriver, remove the screws attaching the lens to the lamp housing. (2) Separate lens from lamp housing. (3) Remove spring clip holding bulb to lens. (4) Disconnect wire connectors at bulb. (5) Remove bulb element from lens. (6) To install, reverse the removal procedure. HEADLAMP SWITCH To remove or replace headlamp switch. Refer to Group 8E, Instrument Panel and Gauges. TURN SIGNAL/DIMMER SWITCH To remove or replace dimmer switch, Refer to Fig. 6 Parking Lamp Removal Group 8J, Turn Signals and Hazard Flasher. (5) After replacing bulb, slide lamp into slot pro-vided on inboard side of headlamp assembly. Replace FOG LAMP SWITCH REPLACEMENTtwo screws and replace parking lamp. The fog lamp switch is integrated into the head- lamp switch, and is located on the left hand side of instrument panel. To remove or replace headlamp switch. Refer to Group 8E, Instrument Panel and Gauges. TAIL AND STOP LAMPS BULB REMOVAL (1) Remove lamp screws and separate lamp from body (Fig. 8). (2) Grip top bulb socket and rotate counterclock- wise. Separate socket and bulb from lens (Fig. 9). (3) Rotate bulb in socket counterclockwise. Remove bulb from socket. To install, reverse the removal procedures. BACKUP LAMPS To remove or replace backup lamp bulbs: (1) Remove lamp screws and separate lamp from the body (Fig. 8). (2) Grip second bulb socket from top and rotate counterclockwise. Separate socket from lamp (Fig. 9). Fig. 7 Turn Signal And Side Marker (3) Rotate bulb in the socket counterclockwise. Re-FOG LAMPS move bulb from socket. Fog lamps are turned OFF by the circuit relay To install reverse the removal procedures.when high beam headlamps are turned ON. Fog lamps may be operated ONLY when low beam BACKUP LAMP SWITCHheadlamps are ON. If the headlamps are switched to The backup lamp switch service instructions can be found in Group 21, Transmission.
  • 10. 8L - 10 LAMPS ZJTURN SIGNAL LAMP (1) Remove lamp screws and separate the lampfrom body (Fig. 8). (2) Grip bottom bulb socket and rotate counter-clockwise. Separate socket from lamp (Fig. 9). (3) Rotate bulb in socket counterclockwise. Removebulb from socket. To install, reverse the removal procedure.REAR SIDE MARKER LAMP The rear side marker lamp is incorporated into thetail lamp. (1) Remove lamp screws and separate lamp frombody (Fig. 8). (2) Grip socket located on the side of lens. Rotatecounterclockwise. Separate socket from lamp (Fig. 9). (3) Grasp bulb and pull to remove (Fig. 9). To install, reverse the removal procedure. Fig. 9 Bulb Replacement/Rear Lamps CENTER HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP (CHMSL) The CHMSL is mounted at the top of the rear win- dow (Fig. 10). Fig. 8 Rear LampsLICENSE PLATE LAMP Fig. 10 Center High Mounted Stop LampREMOVAL (1) Raise liftgate. (1) Remove screws and from license plate lamp (2) Remove upper liftgate trim panels.from license plate tub. (3) Remove CHMSL lamp mounting screws. (2) Grip socket and rotate counterclockwise and (4) Remove CHMSL lamp.separate from license plate housing. (5) Turn socket 1/4 turn counterclockwise. (6) Replace bulbs if necessary.INSTALLATION To install, reverse removal procedure. (1) Install a bulb in lamp socket. (2) Position socket in license plate housing and UNDERHOOD LAMPturn clockwise. When equipped, the underhood lamp is installed on (3) Position license plate in license plate tub and the hood right, rear panel (Fig. 11). The lamp is oninstall screws. when hood is opened by way of liquid ON/OFF switch that is integral with lamp base (Fig. 12).
  • 11. ZJ LAMPS 8L - 11 Fig. 12 Underhood Lamp Components (2) Rotate bulb counterclockwise. Remove it from lamp base socket. (3) Remove screw that attaches lamp reflector bracket to hood inner panel (Fig. 12). Fig. 11 Underhood Lamp (4) Remove lamp from hood inner panel.BULB REMOVAL (1) Disconnect wire harness connector from under- HOUSING INSTALLATIONhood lamp (Fig. 11). (1) Position underhood lamp on the hood inner (2) Rotate bulb counterclockwise. Remove it from panel.lamp base socket. (2) Install screw through lamp and into the hood panel.BULB INSTALLATION (3) Insert bulb in lamp base socket and rotate it (1) Insert replacement bulb in lamp base socket. clockwise.Rotate it clockwise. (4) Connect wire harness connector to lamp. (2) Connect wire harness connector to lamp.HOUSING REMOVAL (1) Disconnect wire harness connector from lamp.
  • 12. 8L - 12 LAMPS ZJ INTERIOR LAMPS INDEX page pageCargo Lamp/Bulb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Lighted Vanity Mirror . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . 12Dome Lamp Bulb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Lighted Vanity Mirror Trouble Diagnosis . . . .... . . 12Dome/Courtesy Lamp Service Information . . . . . . . 12 Mini Overhead Console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . 14Dome/Courtesy Lamp Trouble Diagnosis . . . . . . . . 12 Mini Overhead Console Reading Lamp Bulb ... . . 14Dome/Reading Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Overhead Console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . 13Door Courtesy Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Overhead Console Reading Lamp Bulb . . . .... . . 13Illuminated Entry System Service Information . . . . . 15 Under Panel Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . 15DOME/COURTESY LAMP SERVICE INFORMATION can be equipped with a lighted vanity mirror. A lamp The interior lamp bulbs illuminate when they are is located at each side of the vanity mirror. Theconnected to vehicle body ground. By way of applica- lamps are switched ON automatically when the mir-ble switch: ror cover is lifted (Fig. 1).• Dome lamp switch.• Glove box switch.• Door pillar switch.• Liftgate switch (if the cargo lamp is ON). If equipped with Security Alarm Module, refer toGroup 8Q, Vehicle Theft Security System.DOME/COURTESY LAMP TROUBLE DIAGNOSISALL LAMPS INOPERATIVE (1) Slide the I/P illumination rheostat to the right.The lamps should light. If not, remove, inspect andtest the dome lamp fuse. (2) If fuse is OK, repair open circuit in the wireharness to vehicle body ground. (3) Replace left hand pod switch if dome lampswitch fails.ONE LAMP INOPERATIVE (1) Measure the resistance across the bulb holderterminals. The ohmmeter should indicate approxi-mately zero ohms. If not, replace bulb. (2) Measure voltage between voltage side of the Fig. 1 Lighted Vanity Mirrorbulb holder and vehicle body ground. The voltmetershould indicate battery voltage. If not, repair the Voltage is applied directly to the vanity lamp bulbsopen circuit in the wire harness to the splice. by way of the dome lamp fuse.LAMPS INOPERATIVE WITH ONE OR MORE LIGHTED VANITY MIRROR TROUBLE DIAGNOSISDOORS OPENED (1) Remove the faulty switch from the door pillar VANITY LAMPS INOPERATIVEand connect switch wire directly to ground. The lamp (1) Remove, inspect and test dome lamp fuse. Re-should light. place if defective. (2) If not, check for an open circuit in ground wire. (2) Test dome lamp operation. If OK, go to nextRepair as necessary. If lamps still do not light, re- step. If not OK, repair the open circuit in the wireplace switch. harness from the splice. (3) Measure the voltage between the pink wire onLIGHTED VANITY MIRROR switch connector and vehicle body ground. The volt- meter should indicate battery voltage. If not OK, re-SERVICE INFORMATION pair the open circuit in wire harness from splice. Both the driver and the front passenger sunvisor
  • 13. ZJ LAMPS 8L - 13 (4) Connect a jumper wire from the ground side of DOME LAMP BULBthe switch to a good vehicle body ground. Measurethe resistance to vehicle body ground. The ohmmeter REMOVALshould indicate approximately zero ohms. If not, re- (1) Insert a flat blade screwdriver in slot at frontpair the open circuit in the wire harness to vehicle of lens.body ground. (2) Rotate the screwdriver until lens snaps out of the housing.DOME/READING LAMP (3) Remove lens from housing. (4) Remove bulb from terminals.REMOVAL (1) Insert a flat blade screwdriver in slot at the INSTALLATIONcenter of the lamp housing. Rotate screwdriver up- (1) Insert bulb into reading lamp terminals.ward and unsnap dome lamp lens. (2) Replace lens by holding lens level and pushing (2) Pull lens downward. Remove it from lamp rearward into housing.housing. (3) Push lens up to snap into housing. (3) Remove the lamp housing retaining screws(Fig. 2). OVERHEAD CONSOLE (4) Push housing forward and release housing from To service overhead console refer to Group 8C,bracket. Overhead Console. OVERHEAD CONSOLE READING LAMP BULB REMOVAL (1) Insert a flat blade screwdriver in slot at front of lens (Fig. 3). Fig. 2 Dome/Reading Lamp Fig. 3 Overhead Console Reading Lamp Bulb Removal (5) Disconnect wire harness connectors. (6) Remove lamp housing from headliner cavity. (2) Rotate the screwdriver until lens snaps out of the housing.INSTALLATION (3) Remove lens from housing. (1) Position dome/reading lamp housing at head- (4) Remove bulb from terminals.liner cavity. (2) Connect wire harness connectors. INSTALLATION (3) Locate rear pods of the lamp in the slots of the (1) Insert bulb into reading lamp terminals.dome lamp bracket. Push lamp housing up and to (2) Replace lens by holding lens level and pushingrear. rearward into housing. (4) Install the lamp housing screws (Fig. 2). (3) Push lens up to snap into housing. (5) Position dome lamp lens at lamp housing. Snaplens into housing.
  • 14. 8L - 14 LAMPS ZJMINI OVERHEAD CONSOLE Sunroof equipped vehicles contain an overheadmini console (Fig. 4). Refer to Group 8C, OverheadConsole for service procedures. Fig. 5 Cargo Lamp DOOR COURTESY LAMP REMOVAL (1) Remove door panel. Refer to Group 23, Body Components for service procedure. (2) Disconnect wiring harness connector (Fig. 6). (3) Carefully insert a thin flat blade screwdriver between lens and door trim panel. (4) Rotate screwdriver to remove lens. Fig. 4 Mini Overhead Console (5) Push door courtesy lamp housing through door trim panel.MINI OVERHEAD CONSOLE READING LAMP BULB Refer to overhead console reading lamp bulb re-moval/installation procedures.CARGO LAMP/BULB The cargo lamp bulb housing is integral with theupper rear headliner trim moulding. To replace bulbhousing the trim moulding must be replaced.REMOVAL (1) Insert a flat blade screwdriver in slots providedat lower portion of lens. (2) Rotate screwdriver upward until lens snaps outof housing. (3) Remove lens from housing (Fig. 5). (4) Remove bulb from bulb holder.INSTALLATION (1) Install bulb in holder. (2) Insert upper tabs of lens into lens housing. (3) Snap lower portion of lens into slots at lenshousing (Fig. 5). Fig. 6 Door Courtesy Lamp
  • 15. ZJ LAMPS 8L - 15INSTALLATION INSTALLATION (1) Connect wiring harness. For installation, reverse removal procedure. (2) Insert door courtesy lamp into door trim panel. (3) Install door trim panel. ILLUMINATED ENTRY SYSTEM SERVICE INFORMATIONUNDER PANEL LAMP The Illuminated Entry System is activated by the system relay. The relay is located in the relay centerREMOVAL behind instrument panel. The relay receives input (1) Remove 1 mounting screw (Fig. 7). from door pillar switches, the keyless entry system, (2) Disconnect wiring harness connector. and the ignition switch (when in the RUN position). When input is received, the timer in the relay imme- diately begins the timing-out process. The timing-out process requires approximately 30 seconds. Interior lamps are turned off either when the 30 second time- out is completed or when the ignition switch is turned ON. If a door remains open for more than 30 seconds, the interior lamps will stay on until the door is closed. The illuminated entry system also operates when a door is opened to exit vehicle. When door is closed the lamps will stay on for re- maining portion of the 30 seconds. ILLUMINATED ENTRY RELAY To remove or replace relay, refer to Auto Headlamp Module procedure located in this section. Fig. 7 Under Panel Lamp—Rear View
  • 16. 8L - 16 LAMPS ZJ EXTERIOR LAMP SYSTEMS INDEX page pageAuto Headlamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Lamp Outage Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22Daytime Running Light Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT MODULE The headlamps on vehicles sold in Canada, will goON when the ignition is turned ON. This provides aconstant Lights On condition while the ignitionswitch is in the run position and the park brake isNOT engaged. The lamps illuminate at less than 50%of normal intensity. The Daytime Running Light Module (DRL) is lo-cated on a bracket, to the left of the steering column,on the underside of the instrument panel. (1) Remove screws holding module and bracket tovehicle (Fig. 1). (2) Disconnect electrical connector. To install module, reverse the removal procedures.AUTO HEADLAMPS This system automatically turns the lamps on andoff according to light conditions. The system alsokeeps the lights on for a selected amount of time af-ter driver has parked and left vehicle. The systemcan be turned off to give driver manual control ofheadlamps. Fig. 1 Daytime Running Light ModuleAUTO HEADLAMP SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS minals at each component and connector for a poor Perform the system check in the order shown. connection. Also check that each terminal of matingWhen a fault is found, refer to Diagnosis chart and/or connectors is properly seated. If the connections ap-Group 8W, Wiring Diagrams for circuit information. pear to be reliable, try the System Check again whileIf a normal result is found at each and every step of moving the wire harness from side to side at eachthe System Check, the fault may be intermittent. component. Once a fault has been corrected, perform To find an intermittent fault, check the mating ter- the System Check to verify the diagnosis.
  • 17. ZJ LAMPS 8L - 17 AUTO HEADLAMP SYSTEM CHECK
  • 18. 8L - 18 LAMPS ZJ AUTO HEADLAMP SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS
  • 19. ZJ LAMPS 8L - 19 Fig. 3 Center Bezel Lower Screws these inputs the module will control the lamps. The auto headlamp module is located behind the glove box to the right of the security alarm module. REMOVAL (1) Disconnect battery negative cable. (2) Remove two screws holding top of center clus- ter bezel (Fig. 2). (3) Remove ash tray. (4) Remove two screws holding center of bezel. (5) Remove two screws holding bottom of bezel Fig. 2 Center Bezel Upper Screws (Fig. 3).AUTO HEADLAMP MODULE (6) Remove center bezel. The module receives inputs from the auto head-lamp switch and auto headlamp sensor. Based on
  • 20. 8L - 20 LAMPS ZJ Fig. 4 Instrument Panel(7) Remove two screws holding dash pad located be- (15) Remove four screws holding glove box bottomhind center bezel. (Fig. 6). (8) Gently pry defroster bezel out of dash pad (Fig.4). (9) Unplug sensor(s) and set defroster bezel aside. (10) Remove screws in defroster duct opening hold-ing dash pad. (11) Remove speaker grilles. Remove screws behindspeaker grilles. (12) Remove screws above IP cluster holding dashpad (Fig. 5). Fig. 6 Glove Box Fig. 5 Dash Pad Screws (13) Open glove box and remove 2 screws holdingdash pad. (14) Pull up on dash pad to unsnap clips and thenremove dash pad.
  • 21. ZJ LAMPS 8L - 21 (16) Remove four screws from top of glove box be- (18) Remove bezel from instrument panel. Discon-zel (Fig. 7). nect glove box light switch. (19) Remove 2 screws holding auto headlamp mod- ule (Fig. 9). Fig. 7 Right Side Bezel (17) Remove one screw holding the bezel to thecenter armature (Fig. 8). Fig. 9 Auto Headlamp Module (20) Remove connector from module. For installation, reverse removal procedure. AUTO HEADLAMP SENSOR The auto headlamp sensor is the key sensor for the auto headlamp system. The module utilizes the sen- sor input to determine when to turn the headlamps on or off. The sensor is located in the center of the defroster grille at the base of the windshield. REMOVAL (FIG. 10) (1) Gently pry defroster bezel out of dash pad. (2) Unplug auto headlamp sensor connector. (3) Snap out sensor from bezel. For installation, reverse the removal procedure. Fig. 8 Right Side Lower Screw
  • 22. 8L - 22 LAMPS ZJ Fig. 10 Instrument PanelLAMP OUTAGE MODULE (6) Remove lamp outage module. Details for the lamp outage module can be found in For installation, reverse the removal procedure.the Group 8E, Vehicle Information Center. For circuitinformation, refer to Group 8W, Wiring Diagrams. Connecting trailer lights to the body harness at therear of the vehicle can cause damage to the lamp out-age module. The lamp outage module is designed tohandle a 5 amp current load. This is adequate for theoperation of the vehicles lighting system. When addi-tional lights are added to the system such as trailerlights, the 5 amp limit can be exceeded. This cancause failure of the lamp outage module. If trailer towing is required and the vehicle is notequipped with a trailer tow package, the MOPAR ac-cessory trailer towing harnesses are the only ap-proved method to provide additional trailer lights.These harnesses are designed to provide current tothe trailer lights but bypass the lamp outage module.REMOVAL (1) Remove battery negative cable. (2) Remove spare tire from carrier. (3) Remove access door (Fig. 11). (4) Remove wiring connectors at top of module. (5) Remove screw holding module to inner quarter Fig. 11 Lamp Outage Modulepanel.
  • 23. ZJ LAMPS 8L - 23 BULB APPLICATIONGENERAL INFORMATION ponents have lamps that can only be serviced by an The following Bulb Application Table lists the lamp Authorized Service Center (ASC) after the componenttitle on the left side of the column and trade number is removed from the vehicle. Contact local dealer foror part number on the right. location of nearest ASC. A/C Heater......................................................4720843CAUTION: Do not use bulbs that have a higher can- Ash Receiver.............................................................37dle power than bulb listed in the Bulb Application Cigarette Lighter .....................................................53Table. Damage to lamp can result. Do not touch Climate Control........................................................74halogen bulbs with fingers or other oily surfaces. Console Floor Shifter.............................................194Bulb life will be reduced. Dome/Reading.........................................................561 Door Courtesy ........................................................168EXTERIOR LAMPS Front Reading ........................................................906 Back-up .................................................................1156 Glove Compartment...............................................194 Center High Mounted Stop Lamp .......................921 Hazard Lamp ...........................................................74 Fog............................................................................H3 Heater .....................................................................194 Front Turn Signal ..........................................1295NA Overhead Console ..................................................212 Front Side Marker ...........................................194NA Radio ......................................................................ASC Headlamp/Aero .....................................................9004 Rear Cargo..............................................................212 License Plate ..........................................................168 Rocker Switch...........................................................37 Rear/Stop/Tail .......................................................2057 Shift Lamp................................................................74 Rear Turn Signal .................................................1156 Transfer Case Shifter ............................................194 Underhood Lamp ...................................................105 Theft Alarm ..............................................................74 Under Panel Courtesy.............................................89INTERIOR LAMPS Vanity Mirror .................................................6501966 Service procedures for most of the lamps in the in-strument panel, are located in Group 8E. Some com-

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