Asked by Jul 23, 2016 at 02:38 AM about the 2006 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi I have a 2006 unlimited wrangler.  My girlfriend
somehow had the cat on the dash and the cat pissed on
driver side dash.  She thought pouring a cup of water
where the cat pissed would be a good idea.  It's a jeep
she said.  The horn started going off solid for a bit.  She
called me and I told her how to unplug the horn under the
hood.  I got home took off all panels and plugged back in
the horn.  Horn is fine but after putting everything back
together my blinkers don't work but my emergency
flashers do.  All lights on blinkers brakes work.  Fuses
look good. Though I never put voltage meter to them.  If I
hit the brake and use the blinkers the indicator light kinda
flashes.  The indicator lights on dash work as well.  The
radio won't turn on and had backlights on dash and when
I hit time Byron it shows the time but nothing else will
work.  I tried to take leads off battery and re attach and
see if that worked but nothing.   I looked a blinker relay
and took it apart and it looks good in all the connections.  
Help please.  Sorry for long question

3 Answers

Byron is supposed to be button


Man, the cat pee was bad enough but to add water to it just drove it deeper, if I remember the configuration correctly the BCM is on the drivers side and if it got to that your going to experience all kinds of weird electrical problems, I would for now just disconnect the battery and let the rig hot soak in the sun with a small fan blowing up under the dash on the drivers side with a window open just about an inch, if you have a nice hot day it should dry out in one day, then cross your fingers and reconnect the battery and see what happens. It is had to say what long term effects might be, cat pee is corrosive so it's anybody guess.

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Someone please help. could it be the relay. Could it be the wires themselves? Certain junction points I should check? Something? HELP!?

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