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Driver side park lamps not working

Installed recently wiring kit which just plugs into existing harness for the trailer [4 wire plug] 99 dodge grand caravan everything worked fine then last pulling trailer lights were working and then half way into trip lights went out now i don't have park lamps on driver side only i tested the wiring harness kit seems ok but i suspect something is up with the main harness from front to rear i changed tail light assembly still same problem there is a relay for the park lamps just wondering is it possible the relay is the problem tried another one no change it's got me need help

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Check fuse # 2 in the relay box up front and look for a "park lamp relay control" in the control module.

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