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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello release tailgate latch and open tailgate remove screws holding tail light ok depress lock tab on side of connector that the wires go into so press then pull next ,ok to change bulb the round things that look like turn dial on a timer in the kicthen just turn counter clock wise thanks and good luck
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
SOURCE: tie rod problem 98 Dodge
Yes, there's a special tool called an "inner tie rod tool". It has special crowsfoot type pieces that attach to a long tube with a 1/2' drive ratchet hole in it. First, remove the outer tie rod (COUNT THE # OF REVOLUTIONS WHILE UNSCREWING IT!!) Take off the jamb nut. Take the boot off. Use the tool to remove and replace the inner tie rod. Re-install the boot, jamb nut, and outer tie rod. If you count the # of turns it takes to remove the outer tierod, you'll be able to set it back where it was enough to drive it. i still recommend an alignment though.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
If you have a 12 volt test light you can pull the wire off the horn and hook one end of the test light to ground and the other to the wire for the horn then have someone press the horn button down if the light comes on then the wireing system is ok and it's the horn froze up, if it does not come on try replaceing the horn relay with a relay that is the same I believe the head light and AC relay are the same so try switching and see if the light comes on, if not and you have checked the fuse for the horn then it may be in the steering wheel where the problem is. You can test the horn by applying a wire to the positive side of the battery and touching it to the horn spade connector, if it beeps then you know it's ok and you have a problem in the steering wheel. I will stop at this point because working on the steering wheel can be dangrous unless you unplug the battery first, the reason is you could set off the air bag by accident and this would take another page of instructions to do it safely, if the air bag blows it can kill you. Hope this helps and get back to me if these test prove that the horn is good and you need to check the steering wheel assembly. Thanks for using fixya.
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
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