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I have a 2001 grand caravan. recently my left rear running light went out, while the backup and turn signals work. i checked the fuses and the are good, and the bulb is good. i did a voltage check at the tail light terminal and the running light connection showed no power, so it must be somewhere upfront on the van? help! jim

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    I have a similar problem with my 01 TnC. It keeps blowing out the LH marker light fuse.



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Check your jack position sone times your jack cuts the wire it runs directly below. on left side take the light assem,., out where the wires go into the body pull them out there must be a junction box there . wires corroded or broken . trace the power bck from the light that shoul do it

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