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I have a 2010 Jeep which is a Dodge product that I went to install
Led lights in and put load resistors in and all that happened is the
blinkers flashed faster then they should. don't bother its a waste of time & energy the Factory lights are just as bright and bulbs are less expensive & easier to replace.
How do you know the bulb is good? Even if it uses the same bulb as the tail light it is always a different filiment. But if you tried replacing the bulb and the fuse than it has to be the wiring. If it's a 2008 it should be covered by the warranty, I would bring it into the dealer.
If you have a beebing noise every time you press on the brake, it is because a tail light is burnt out. There are two filaments in each brake light. Therefore, when you turn on your hazards, it will appear that both tail lights work properly. The beebing warning sound is actually a feature that Dodge put in the Rams so drivers would know their tale light is out. Just replace the tail light bulb, and the beebing will automatically cease. To get the tail light housing out, you will need a torex screw driver. Also, you twist the bulb housing out as opposed to pulling it out. There are three prongs that twist out.
Open the rear door and you will see 2 black, round, fasteners on each tailight where they meet the door when it's closed. You need to slide a thin screwdriver under the edge of these and pop them out. Then you will be able to remove the light assembly and and gain access to the light bulbs to change them out.
when the plugs are out, grip the lamp (I try to get my finger in as far as I can at the top corner) then pull it out straight back,I have seen the lamp and the quater damaged when someone uses a screwdriver to pry it out.there are 2 small balls that clip into plastic sockets in the rear quater, you need a T20 torx bit to remove the retaining screws from the lamp holder, the holder needs prying to free it from the housing. Test the lights before re-fitting, when the lampholder is re fitted slide the light unit in squarely and "pat" it with the palm of your hand to engage the balls, the holes should be in line to re-fit the plugs.
To Access The Brake Light Youll Need To Remove Carper Or Panel Opposite Of The Light. I Am Referring To The Inside Of The Vehicle Referred To As The Trunk Or Rear Storage. Once You Remove The Panel Or Carpet you Will Have Full Access To The Lights. Find The Light That Is Burnt Out By Turning On All The Lights From The Inside You Can See The Light In The Harness Not Working. Next Grasp The Rear Of The Holder Twist And Pull. A New Light Can Be Found At Any Auto Parts Store.
look at the car manual under maintenance and then rear light bulb replacement. First take out the two hole covers using a flat head to loosen then wiggle and turn by hand to get out. Pull the light unit straight back, and unplug the electrical. Don't break anything. Then use a star driver (check your misc socket set drivers for the right size). Unscrew the two star head screws and pull this bulb holder straight off the tail light (same direction as screws). Replace the bulb and put back together in reverse.