Question about 1999 Dodge Caravan
The center stop light at the rear window works ok, the side stop lights are not working, I have replaced the bulbs, exchange the sockets, replace the fuse under the hood and test the light switch next to the pedal. Is there another fuse or relay that need to be checked?
Same problems (center on / sides off / replaced fuse, switch & bulbs). Where do I find the ground wire on the side lights? I unhooked the harness to the lights, but all connections seemed OK. Is it located inside the body of the van?
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
Did you check the fuses under the dash? You might have short in you wiring.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
Could be the wiring connection. i'm sure the three lights came from the same line from the brake switch. so if the third light is coming on, then the connection where they separated should be tyraced. or the ground of the side lights could be missing,. check the ground wire of the side lights for proper grounding.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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