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In our 1999 Dodge Neon the running and dash lights are out

The running and dash lights are out but no fuse is blown and it has even been replaced. What could it be?

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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)

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SOURCE: 1995 Dodge Neon

the daytime runnling light module is in the dash under cigarette lighter i got my module for 10 bucks at a junk yard

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SOURCE: Need fuse diagram for dodge neon

check fuse 3 in he fuse block under the hood and fuse 15 in the fuse block inside for power

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SOURCE: tail lights dont work need

change bulbs check fuse

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SOURCE: 1999 Dodge Neon rear license Plate bulb

LICENSE PLATE LAMP BULB
REMOVAL

  1. Remove screws attaching license plate lamp to rear bumper
  2. Remove lamp from bumper.
  3. Remove bulb socket from lamp.
  4. Pull bulb from socket.

INSTALLATION
  1. Install bulb into socket.
  2. Install bulb socket into lamp.
  3. Place lamp in position.
  4. Install screws attaching license plate lamp to rear bumper.

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SOURCE: Running Lights, Rear Lights and Dash Lights not working

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.

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