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Re: rt taillight lens damaged; '98 dodge gr. caravan. ...
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
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Check all the light "sockets" in the back,look for damaged wires, check the wire harness that goes to your tail end door for wire damage, you could try to reseat each bulb and when doing so look for corrosion in the light sockets. other than that,your center break light in back may have a control unit that may be bad and shorting out. you need to test things 1 by 1. good luck!
Its very likely that some of the valves are bent, usually on these vehicles when the timing belt fails the pistons contact the valves but does not cause cylinder head damage. I remove all of the valves and roll them on a flat surface to see if they "wobble", some of the bends are very minor and are difficult to see with the naked eye, but can cause serious driveability issues.
open the rear hatch,there are two screws holding each taillight assembly in,remove the two screws for the side you want off,pull out on side of lens assembly where the screws were,un hook the outer side when you swing it out,
This code indicates a problem with the radiator fan relay circuit. Visibly inspect the fan for any damage and make sure the fan turns easily. If it won't turn freely, it is a sign that the fan motor is seized. Check all fuses and relays related to the cooling fan circuit and check the integrity of wiring connections related to the cooling fan circuit. Unplug and reseat to clean off any corrosion and to make sure the connections are tight. If available, you can use a scan tool to see if the computer is telling the fan to operate. Most parts stores will do a scan for free, so you may want to take it to an autoparts store to have the codes read. Really sorry for your trouble and I hope this helped. Best wishes.
Remove the air cleaner box and hoses. The starter is located near the bottom of the engine where it connects to the transmission assembly. It is accessed by jacking up the front of the car and working underneath. Remove the battery negative cable to prevent big sparks! Be sure to use jack stands under the car while working there. There are three bolts to remove and several wires to the solenoid. Watch for a spacer that, if used, will fall out when the starter is removed.
Open the back hatch. To the side of the light housing where the hatch would normally cover it you will see what appear to be two black round screw covers. These are a type of snap pin retainer. Each one is made of two parts. Gently pry the top part up with a thin blade screwdriver. Make sure to pry it out evenly, not all from one side. It will release. When you get both removed for the light housing will be loose. Don't let it fall out of the body. When reinstalling the light housing be sure that the guide pin lines up properly. Then reinstall the two retainers pushing the top part down as it was before. I hope you will find it easier than it sounds. Keep me posted. be glad to know i made sense and you have working brake lights again.