What year TJ? My 2000 is a direct wired system on a rocker switch. No reset required. In fact, if I am not careful, the switch gets bumped when I get out of the Jeep and the lights stay on. As was said above: check for power to the lights and switch and a relay, it there is one. Try just going straight to the lights to see if they even work at all.
With, or without, DRL (Daytime Running Lights)? Check fuse #19, that's the power supply. If DRL equiped, there may be a reset procedure to the DRL module, I can't find it right now. Also, check the operation of the Fog Lamp Relay, located in the Power Distribution Center. Good Luck!
Have you turned them on from the turn signal lever? I'm sure you have, but a friend went to several mechanics saying his lights wouldn't work. I went to the switch on the turn signal lever, and flipped them on. This guy just stood quietly with his mouth open.
I've never heard of resetting a relay. I've heard of them smoking and needing replaced and I've also seen relays which will trip and reconnect when cooled down, but never heard of a relay which needs to be reset. Are they insinuating something similar like resetting a breaker like a house circuit breaker?
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