Tail brake light was not working driver side with the headlight on.
2002 Grand Cherokee Special Edition, read the same problem with the rear tail brake light off on the driver's side when pressing the brake with the lights on, in other words, when evening driving. During the day the brake lights worked fine. (I had a same feeling with the previous gentleman posted if police man chasing me while evening driving.)
Thank so much this site, got the idea to try fix tail brake light. Stopped at Chrysler Service this morning, picked up the socket (Mopar part 1-04676589), replaced it (cost me $10.??, NY) Tail brake light is working OK now with headlights on. Of course OK with headlights off.
One thing to add, I did not pry up the metal part at all. Simply replaced it.
Thank Jesus, Merry Christmas everybody!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 19th December, 2008