Question about 2000 Dodge Caravan
My break light on the drivers side will not work. I've replaced the bulbs twice! The only thing I can think of is to splice the wire from the passanger side to the drivers side, but I don't know which wire it is? What color? How do I do it?? I need help ASAP!! Thanks!!
Meg... check to see if there is power going to the socket. you didn't mention if you replaced the bulb and it blew both times ?
Also check that the ground is good for that socket... sometimes you will see a wire going from the socket to a screw on the car. unscrew it ... use a wire brush to clean the part so it makes a better contact... put it back together and try it out.
If you just wish to do the crossover wire trick .... use a multimeter to determine which wire is positive and which is negative.
p.s. black is generally ground but NOT always... use a meter
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