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1995 Doge Dakota 3.9 v6 electrical issues

I have a 95 dakota 4wd, rear abs. The ABS, Brake lights are stuck on. You push the horn and hear only clicks. Dash lights dont work. Tail lights and headlights dont work. Hazards, radio work fine. Reverse lights work fine. If you plug in the ABS wiring harness under the hood, the brakes get jumpy and make electrical clicking noises.
I thought maybe the body control modual may be the cause but the dealer tells me this vehicle does not have one?

Thanks in advance for any help...

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  • krlos213 Nov 23, 2008

    everything works but my headlights the high beams work i check the lights bulbs and they work both fine so wat else can i do and where are the fuses for the lights i cant find them

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    No BCM, check the brake fluid level sensor

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    check engine abs dash lights are on all the time also blower fan works intermediatly

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    All other lights work except Emergency flashers. When button to flashers is pushed in I dont even hear a clicking noise.

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It sounds like you have a major electrical problem check all the fuses and look for any burned wires under the hood

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