Question about Dodge Neon
The running and dash lights are out but no fuse is blown and it has even been replaced. What could it be?
I always check for a ground wire issue first. this is the most over looked yet simple issue to fix. use a volt meter and check at the bulbs with the light switch on and see if power is getting to it. if not then its either a fuse. yes pull the fuse and test it ! simple continuity tester will work. if its good the replace the headlight switch. if power is there then check ground wires. (note check for power using a good ground on the tester not just the wires on the socket)
Posted on Mar 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Oct 08, 2009
Running lights in front sides of vehicle short out in time. I simply disconnected the plugs found inside the front wheel wells and packed them with grease for time being. When the weather improves I will find the chaffed insulation and repair. Replaced the 15amp fuse found under the hood and shwing, back on the road.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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