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2 brake lights, turn signals not working 1999 plym. grand voyager

Recently, my van got hit in front left and destroyed the headlight assy. I replaced head light assy but now the two rear brake lights don't work nor do the turn signals. The brake light in the rear door does work. I checked all the fuses in the panel under the hood and they are all ok. Headlights work ok. What happened to the brake lights and turn signals? What can I check next?

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  • astanek Nov 11, 2008

    Which relay and where is it located?

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    My two lower brake lights don't work. The third light does. Fuses all okay.

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    wipers and signals not working and head lights remain on

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Posted on Nov 11, 2008

  • james lee Nov 11, 2008

    some are under hood and some are underdash

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