Question about 2003 Dodge Caravan
Lights are working on dash just not on outside of vehicle
Your bulbs may be blown. Check fuses. This is the simplest possible solution.
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dashboard lights don't work
Make sure that when you check the fuses you use a test light applied to both sides of the fuse you are testing.It can be very difficult to see a fuse that is blown when the fuse is blown near the edges. PS the dash fuse is by itself and needs to be checked when the light switch is on.
Posted on May 26, 2009
it is going to be the cluster or the body control module. And with out seeing it I am almost certain it is the body control module . Are your door locks all working ? dodge uses the body control module it is like a computer brain and it controls everything electrical inside the cabin is the easiest way to explain. Its best to buy one from a dealer because they have to program it before it is installed. One thing you can do is go to the dealer or shop with chrysler scanner and have them check the body control module and the cluster. nothing else .
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
It can be several things the ABS modulator, wheel sensors... I would bring it to the dealer and have them diagnose it, they will then retrieve the Abs DTC that your car is giving and pinpoint the problem, this will probably be cheaper than guessing and hoping replacing things will fix the problem!
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
sounds like you need a combo flasher assembly..located in fuse block inside vehicle under steering column..there may be a plastic cover under dash you have to remove to see fuse block..large black relay that plugs into fuse block..if you pick up a new one,you will see what it looks like..available at dodge dealer..combo flasher or drl/signal relay
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
I had this problem right after I had my battery replaced. Not believing in coincidences, I took it to a friend who checked the battery and cables. Looking at the battery cables, there are small wires that attach to a thicker cable which go to the clamp that attaches to the battery terminal. The battery installer cleaned the corrosion off the clamp and the battery cable, but the connection between the small wires and the larger cable still had corrosion between them. My friend cleaned off this area, and the problem is gone.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
Testimonial: "I did the same thing and it did fix the problem... The problem did return right before the alternator went out. Changed out the alternator... fixed!"
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