2000 Durango, Headlights went out (both), turns, hgh beams work
I have a 2000 Dodge Durange, and the headlights just went out on the vehicle. I am not sure whats wrong. All the other lights work, interior, tai, brake, turns, high beams, fogs, etc. Its just BOTH HEADLIGHTS are out? Could both bulbs go bad at the same time? WHere is the fuse, because i think i found it in the engine compartment, but there are 2 fuses i think, one for right side and one for left side, and they BOTH are GOOD. Could it be the switch itself?
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hello same pronlem with my 98 durango but right turn signal!
what it was is the 4 pin connector for the tow package had the insulationripped off them i guess whe backing out of a steep driveway it sxrapped! so the headlights, turn signals, and brake circuits where grounding out! quick fix!
Well the turn signals are a different circuit. Usually the common problem with one headlight is the ground circuit. Both the high and low beam use the same ground. I would check for power for each circuit and a good ground at the light socket.
Obviously you have a connector which has come partially apart somewhere between the Headlights and the Headlight Switch. Most modern vehicles have several connectors between the Headlight Switch and the Headlights, Start at the Firewall Connector and work forward toward the Headlights making sure all connectors are securely mated. Another remote possibility is that you have fractured the "Low Beam Filaments" in BOTH Headlights. You don't mention how hard you hit the Speed Bump but if it caused the car to "Bottom Out" the front suspension it was a hard enough impact to fracture the filaments. You can use a 12 Volt Test Light at the Sockets for the Headlight Bulbs and see if you are getting 12 Volt power there. If you are in Low Beam position you have fractured the filaments. Check with High Beam too.