Question about Dodge Neon
My tail lights and dash lights stopped working. my brake lights and signal lights are fine.
You probably blew a fusible link in the wiring harness just near the firewall in the engine compartment
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you tried to find the brake pedal switch? follow the brake pedal under the dash and there should be a switch that the brake pedal presses to activate the lights when you push it in . if everything else has been checked then I suspect that the switch has moved enough to not work or it may be just bad. let me know if this was it.... hope this works
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
the relays are usually adjacent to the fuses or on rear of fuse panel relays are different coloured as to what they control and are small square boxes which have flat terminals on one side for plug into a preset circuit if you have h/book it will give the info you req or tel dealer spares dept and enquire cost//colour// location? this is a simple diy hope this helps you? ps you do not mention if license plate lights are working as these are on rear light s same circuit
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
SOURCE: 2001 dodge neon tail lights inop
looking at your schematics and , you say tail lights don't work , you didn't mention if front parking lights and license plate lights are working , they all come from the same source , a black /yellow wire , a good clue if front work and rear don't , please advise .if fronts work then you have a open circuit somewhere between junction S118 (near breakout for left headlamp) and rear sockets.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
sounds like a broken wire in the harness. look around the bumper area,sometimes along the frame. may have to peel back some tape covering. also if you have a trailer harness look closely at those.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Before going ahead and spending money on a new module, test it first. The module is located under the steering column. You'll find a Brown wire on one of the connectors (i just looked at a wire diagram). Do no disconnect anything. Back probe the brown wire, which is the power feed to your park lights. With the lights off, there should be 0 volts on you voltmeter. Turn the park lamps on, There should be 12V. If there is not 12V, disconnect the connector and try to check voltage at the pin that feeds to the brown wire, if still not 12V, replace the module. If you do get 12V, then module is ok, find where the 12v is being dropped before making it to the lamps.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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