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Turn Signal Lever with Intermittent Wipers, without Cruise

Jeep | Part Number: JEP56002951
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  • Technical Details

    • Fits 1987 to 1995 YJ Wrangler
    • Fits 1987 to 1996 XJ Cherokee
    • Fits 1986 to 1992 MJ Comanche
    • With intermittent wipers
    • Without cruise

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        • Q:

          have 1994 YJ 4.0L; lever broke off from steering column right where the metal tip inserts (where groove is on the end) any advice on how to get that 3/4" metal piece out of column easily?
          Asked on 3/4/2014 by Jodi from SAN DIEGO, CA

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            Jodi, I have had this exact thing happen. The easiest way I have found is to use a small drill bit and an easy out. You drill a hole thru the piece that is stuck and then thread in the easy out, you could then just pull the broken piece out of the column. Make very sure you don't let the drill wobble or the new Jeep Turn Signal Lever with Intermittent Wipers, without Cruise won't fit in correctly. Good luck

            Answered on 3/5/2014 by Jason L from Ohio
        • Q:

          I own a '92 Cherokee Sport. All 172,000 miles are mine or my son's. My problem is my wipers will work sometimes and sometimes not. They will turn on, work a few minutes and then quit. Turning them off and then on again nis no help. Will this turn signal take care of my problem and if so, what is required to replace the old with the new?
          JB Pierce
          Asked on 1/20/2013 by Jim Bob

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            Hello JB, It's hard to say if that is the actual problem with the wipers. It could be just a bad connection on the wire harness plug. It could be the wiper motor it self. It could be the lever or the internal steering column switch. You could start with this lever first and if it still acts the same then change the internal switch and check the motor.. Thank you!

            Answered on 1/23/2013 by Bob H from Ohio
        • Q:

          I also broke off my lever in my 89 Cherokee Pioneer. The plastic surrounding the steering column has begun to break away and parts of the turn switch inside has also broken away. My question is, will I need to get the assembly as well or does it come with it or is it like a universal thing where i just "plug n play"?
          Asked on 10/12/2012 by Niki from United States

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            Hello! This Turn Signal Lever is just the out part that plugs into the internal turn signal switch. If you need the internal switch it is #OAI17232.02 can be found here:http://jo.my/replacement_turn_signal_switch

            Answered on 10/12/2012 by Bob H from Ohio
        • Q:

          my turn signal lever broke off in my 94 Cherokee, will this model if in the same place, without switching to a different steering column?
          Asked on 8/13/2012 by buck from east liverpool, oh

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            Hi Buck!
            As long as your current steering column has intermittent wipers and no cruise control, you should be fine with this turn signal lever.

            Answered on 8/14/2012 by Aaron S. from Ohio
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