Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
I have to play with the switch to keep the headlights on so i want tosee if the wires to the switch are loose
Hi vern , 1. Disconnect negative battery cable , Open power outlet door and remove instrument cluster bezel retaining screw , pry cluster bezel from clips securing it to instrument panel , disconnect electrical connectors from power outlet ( cigar lighter) to bezel remove cluster bezel .
2. remove 3 screws and headlight switch , disconnect electrical connectors , pull knob and stem to stop limit , hold down on button on top of switch and remove switch ,remove 2 screws to bezel .reverse removal procedure .
i just did one of these due to headlights going out whenever they feel like it , and i found the electrical connector all burned and black looking , the new switch came with a repair harness connector , had to cut off old connector and crimp on new connector , it was a fix . thanks for voting ! and good luck .
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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