Question about 2005 Dodge Caravan
It would appear that dodge has a defective assembly process with their rear tail light covers. They come loose and fall off after a few years.
I gently pulled off my old ones and scraped the so called glue that dodge used off the seal as best as I could. Then got some 3M Marine adhesive 5200 in black at the local boat/water ski store and reglued the lenses back on. Works like a champ. Given the number of lense covers I still see on the side of the road, Dodge has not solved the problem yet.
Phoenix AZ owner.
Used a better glue, 3m marine 5200 adhesive. Comes in black and white. Works really well.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
We're at 90K on our 2004 & the passenger side one fell off somewhere this weekend driving cross state in 108 degree heat.
Posted on Jun 29, 2015
I believe they are held on by an expandable plastic plug that you can access when opening the hatch.
You should see two 1" black plastic plugs, which can be pried up to release (or replaced to fasten) the assembly to the body.
Let me know if this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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