Jeep Liberty Tail Lights
The Troubles with Jeep Liberty Tail Lights
Troubleshooting the Jeep Liberty tail lights is an easy task. In fact, you can do it alone or with a buddy if you need assistance. It's important that these are functioning because just like head lights, the tail lights should be switched on when night turns in. This would let other drivers notice you even more in the dark. If you sense that your tail lights are about to give up on you or are becoming defective, save them before they get worse.
Non-functioning tail light bulb
If only one tail light doesn't function, then it's probably because of a faulty light bulb. This is a pretty easy fix because all you have to do is replace the broken bulb with a new one. Just be careful when doing the process because this part is very fragile. You wouldn't want to create any further damage that could cost a lot.
If you thought that the problem of your tail lights were the bulbs and you replaced them, but they still refuse to work, then it's probably because of a wiring problem. Open the tail light assembly and check if there are wires that were disconnected or have been broken. If that's the case, you can take it to a mechanic to help you rewire them or you can just do it at home and replace the wires yourself.
Another reason why the tail light won't function is because of a broken fuse. Lift the hood of your Jeep Liberty and locate the fuse box. If you find the fuse for the tail lights and you discover that it's damaged, then you really have to get this replaced right away in order for your lights to start working again.
Dilemmas that concern the connection or refusal of the light to function can be because of an earthing problem. This is how most people diagnose an issue with the lights of the vehicle. Check the earth for the light cluster on your car. You can even get a temporary earth wire to substitute the old and rotten one. This will enable you to temporarily solve the problem.