Question about 1997 Plymouth Neon
I have 97 Plymouth Neon that i bought over last summer and the Dome light and the Trunk light have never worked (among a few other unrelated things) and i went to Kragen today bought new bulbs and replaced them yet they still don't work. So i took my DMM to the circuit and there is no power reaching the dome light, after i looked through the fuses (and was unable to determine which fuse it was) i decided to come online and look for a diagram for the electrical wiring for it. any idea where to find one or maybe even wut the issue is?
The dome light problem is likely that the crappy switches that get pushed in when the door closes don't make contact when opened. You can find them at the lower right corner of the door sill. (Driver's side door. Same relative position on the other doors.) Take a phillips screwdriver and remove them, AFTER removing the correct fuse. Spray the inside of the switches with contact cleaner. Grab the black nub of the switch and twist it while holding the switch body still.
The trunk has a weird setup. the switch contact is where the trunk latch is. When the trunk is closed, the simple spring switch is held open so the light turns off. When trunk is open, the switch closes and the bulb lights. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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